Essaouira Mogador is a town at the Atlantic coast of Morocco

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The Green March
Eid Al Massira Al Khadra

La marche verte 1975


Morocco celebrates the 6 November 2016
- the 41st anniversary of the Green March.

See also: Oued Eddahab Allegiance Day
August 14

The Green March was a strategic mass demonstration in November 1975, coordinated by the Moroccan government, to force Spain to hand over the disputed, autonomous semi-metropolitan Spanish Province of Sahara to Morocco.

Up to 350,000 unarmed Moroccans joined with 27,000 soldiers marched to the Western Sahara border calling for the disputed territory to be returned to Morocco.

Map of Morocco

"Some people qualify it as “the miracle of the century;” others as the “most striking peaceful march in human history.” But the 1975 Green March is much more than that. It is the unifying factor for a new, ambitious post-colonial Morocco."
Source: Morocco World News 6 November 2014





Documentary film about the Green march from 1979


La marche verte - Le Sahara est Marocain
A nationalistic montage of images with the kings Hassan II and Mohammed V
with suggestive music.

Le Maroc et son Sahara [Histoire du Maroc | History of Morocco]

The Sahara's Forgotten War (Full Length) Vice news July 21 ,2014

Green march - Massira el Khadra 1975

The Green March

Source publication of pictures 1975

Massira el Khadra 1975

Massira el Khadra 1975

Massira el Khadra 1975

grenn march - Massira el Khadra 1975

Massira el Khadra 1975

Massira el Khadra 1975

The King Hassan II

The King Hassan II


The Green March
Eid al Adha
Eid el Kebir

External links

Green March

History of Western Sahara