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Ouaddai War

Ouaddai War
Date 1909-1911
Location Ouaddai Empire
Result French victory; annexation of Ouaddai Empire
Belligerents
France Ouaddai Empire
Strength
50,000 50,000
Casualties and losses
4,000 8,000

The Wadai or Ouaddai War occurred from 1909 to 1911 between France and the Ouaddai Kingdom, located in what today would be eastern Chad and central Sudan. The French annexed the kingdom and kept it as part of their empire until 1960.

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  • (France Wadai War 1909-1911)


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