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Samory Touré

samory touré et ses épouses,en captivité à saint louis du sénégal

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Éphéméride du Jour 4: Capture de Samory Touré - 29 septembre 1898 - Frawsy

King of Sudan Almamy Samory Touré (1830-1900)

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"Samory Touré - Sudanese Dyula. A powerful Almamy (West African Muslim ruler), an enemy of France. Captured in 1898" - Scanned vintage postcard | Samori Ture (also known as Samory Touré or Almamy Samore Lafiya Toure, c. 1830 – June 2, 1900) was the founder of the Wassoulou Empire, an Islamic state that resisted French rule in West Africa from 1882 until his capture in 1898.

Buste Samory Toure au Musée National Conakry, @VoaygeGuinee

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Samory TOURE empereur Malinké

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"Tirailleurs dansant après la prise de Samory Touré", photographie, 1898. © Coll. Éric Deroo/DR

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Samory-The ascendance of Samory toure began when his native bissanduga was attacked and his mother taken captive. He was allowed to take her place, but later escaped and joined the army of King Bitike soy.

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Enlarge image Samory Toure The Black Napoleon of the Sudan (1830-1900) Ezra Tucker When Samory Toure’s native Bissandugu was attacked and his mother taken captive, he was allowed to take her place. He then escaped and joined the army of King Bitike Souane of Torona. He was soon made king and defied French expansionism in Africa, earning the name “The Black Napoleon of the Sudan.”

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