Eboué (1884-1944), Félix

Date: 
21 January, 2009
Auteur: 
Debos Marielle

Governor of Chad and governor-general of French Equatorial Africa, he is a symbol of the resistance by French colonies during the Second World War. This colonial administrator, born in Cayenne, was the first important governor to rally to Free France. He is buried in the Pantheon. In N’Djamena there is a monument to his memory and a lycée named after him.

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Debos Marielle, Eboué (1884-1944), Félix, Online Encyclopedia of Mass Violence, [online], published on: 21 January, 2009, accessed 11/12/2019, http://bo-k2s.sciences-po.fr/mass-violence-war-massacre-resistance/en/document/eboua-1884-1944-fa-lix, ISSN 1961-9898
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