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Contention between France and Germany to Define Accurately the Boundary Lines between the Colonies of the Kamerun and of the French Congo and to Establish the Line of Demarcation of the Respective Zones of Influence of the Two Countries About the Region of Lake Tchad Signed at Berlin, March 15, 1894; ratifications exchanged, August 10, 1894

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Contention between France and Germany to Define Accurately the Boundary Lines between the Colonies of the Kamerun and of the French Congo and to Establish the Line of Demarcation of the Respective Zones of Influence of the Two Countries About the Region of Lake Tchad Signed at Berlin, March 15, 1894; ratifications exchanged, August 10, 1894
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