About French Equatorial Africa
The area north of the Congo River came under French sovereignty in 1880 and was originally known as French Congo. In 1903, the colony’s name was officially changed to Middle Congo. Established on 15 January 1910, the Afrique Équatoriale Française (French Equatorial Africa, AEF), was the federation of five French colonial possessions in Central Africa: French Congo, Gabon, Oubangui-Chari (present day Central African Republic), Chad, and French Cameroon (after World War I), although the last was not organized as a separate entity until 1920. The Governor-General was based in Brazzaville with deputies in each territory.
Gouvernement Général de l’Afrique Equatoriale Française
Afrique Française Libre
Caisse Centrale de la France Libre
Caisse Centrale de la France d’Outre-Mer
Institut d’Émission de l’Afrique Équatoriale Française et du Cameroun
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