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French Equatorial Africa Syllabification: French E·qua·to·ri·al Af·ri·ca

Definition of French Equatorial Africa in English:

A former federation of French territories in west central Africa 1910–58. Previously called French Congo, its constituent territories were Chad, Ubanghi Shari (now the Central African Republic), Gabon, and Middle Congo (now Congo).

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