French Campaigns in North Africa 1855 – 93 — Weapons and Warfare

The French in West Africa. French incursions followed the paths of the Senegal and Niger rivers, greatly easing the problems of transport and logistics. From his base at St. Louis, Governor Faidherbe moved his forces incrementally inland, taking advantage of the Senegal River for transport and access to the interior. The first action occurred in […]

via French Campaigns in North Africa 1855 – 93 — Weapons and Warfare

A series of campaigns I was not familiar with.

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1 Response to French Campaigns in North Africa 1855 – 93 — Weapons and Warfare

  1. SLIMJIM says:

    From reading your blog I realize there’s still a lot I don’t know of history!

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