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French West & Equatorial Africa 1968 Very Large Physical Wall Map

French West & Equatorial Africa 1968 Very Large Physical Wall Map
French West & Equatorial Africa 1968 Very Large Physical Wall Map
French West & Equatorial Africa 1968 Very Large Physical Wall Map
French West & Equatorial Africa 1968 Very Large Physical Wall Map
French West & Equatorial Africa 1968 Very Large Physical Wall Map
French West & Equatorial Africa 1968 Very Large Physical Wall Map
French West & Equatorial Africa 1968 Very Large Physical Wall Map
French West & Equatorial Africa 1968 Very Large Physical Wall Map
French West & Equatorial Africa 1968 Very Large Physical Wall Map
French West & Equatorial Africa 1968 Very Large Physical Wall Map
French West & Equatorial Africa 1968 Very Large Physical Wall Map
French West & Equatorial Africa 1968 Very Large Physical Wall Map

French West & Equatorial Africa 1968 Very Large Physical Wall Map
Very large physical wall map of French West Africa (Afrique occidentale française AOF) & French Equatorial Africa Afrique équatoriale française (AEF). AEF (French Equatorial Africa) is the name given to the general government created in 1910 and regrouping in a federation the four French territories of equatorial Africa: Gabon, the Middle Congo (now Congo-Brazzaville), Oubangui-Chari (now Central African Republic) and Chad. In 1946, the status of these colonies was changed to that of French territories grouped in the French Union.

After being placed under French mandate in 1919, then under trusteeship in 1945, Cameroon joined the states constituting French Equatorial Africa. This federation, whose capital was Brazzaville, gave way in 1958 to four states which were to obtain their independence. AOF (French West Africa) differs from French equatorial Africa. The AOF corresponds to another colonial government created in 1895 and grouping in a federation the territories of Senegal, Mauritania, French Sudan (now Mali), Upper Volta (now Burkina Faso), French Guinea, Niger, Côte-CôteIvory and Dahomey (now Benin).

In 1958, decolonization led to the breakup of the federation. The French Constitution of 1958 grouped all the French colonies and possessions under the name of French Community and each of them (with the exception of Guinea, which chose immediate independence) obtained its status as «Autonomous Republic».

This map shows the mineral resources as stones, vulcains. A map shows the climate of each region.

We can see the Cap Verde and Canarian islands. 125 x 92 cm / 49,2 x 36,2 inches. MDI, France, dated 1968, 20th Century. Very good condition, on strong paper under plastic.

WE DON'T SELL LASER AND COPIES MAPS, ALL WE SELL IS ORIGINAL AND ANTIQUE. WE CAN DO A CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY FOR ALL MAPS WE SELL. Due to the age an type of paper, some imperfections are to be expected.

Please examine the images provided carefully, and if you have any questions please ask and we will be happy to help you. This item is in the category "Antiques\Maps, Atlases & Globes\Africa Maps". The seller is "efi6" and is located in this country: FR. This item can be shipped worldwide.

  • Date Range: 1968
  • Type: Physical Map
  • Format: Wall Map
  • Year: 1960
  • Original/Reproduction: Vintage Original


French West & Equatorial Africa 1968 Very Large Physical Wall Map