French West Africa

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Tree of Life! Baobab: Also known as the "tree of life". Baobab trees are found in Africa and India, they can live for several thousand years! Baobab Tree, Unique Trees, Old Trees, Small Trees, Big Tree, Giant Tree, Tree Tree, Tree Forest, Jolie Photo

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Dahomey Amazones - Recruiting women into the Dahomean army. Gezo’s female troops were kept well supplied with tobacco, alcohol and as many as 50 slaves to each warrior. “When amazons walked out of the palace, they were preceded by a slave girl carrying a bell. The sound told every male to get out of their path, and look the other way.” To even touch these women meant death.

Birao- the northernmost point of the Central African Republic on the border with Chad and Sudan African Countries, Countries Of The World, Seychelles, Uganda, French West Africa, Travel And Tourism, Travel Advice, Republic Of The Congo, Sierra Leone

Birao- the northernmost point of the Central African Republic on the border with Chad and Sudan

File:Pierre Savorgnan de Brazza (by Paul Nadar. He opened up the Congo to the French.and the capital of the Congo - Brazzaville - is named after him. Vintage Photographs, Vintage Photos, Foto Face, Pierre Paul, Marcus Black, Ap World History, History Photos, French Photographers, Black White

Pietro di Brazzà opened up for France the right bank of the Congo. The capital of the Congo Is named Brazzaville after him.

Stamp - French Sudan (Mali) Entry to the Residence at Djenné. French West Africa, Postage Stamps, Colonial, City Photo, Africa, World, Stamp, Stamps

Stamp - French Sudan (Mali) 1931. Entry to the Residence at Djenné.

Captives of Samori Ture Islamic founder of Wassoulou Empire French West Africa, Great Power, African History, Islamic, Empire, Powder, Baking, Painting, Africa

Captives of Samori Ture (1830-1900) Islamic founder of Wassoulou Empire