Second Battle of Jenné

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The Second Battle of Jenné was a military engagement between the armies of the Tukulor Empire and the French Third Republic. It was the last major battle in the Franco-Tukulor Wars. The French won a decisive victory, forcing Ahmadu Tall to flee to the Sokoto Caliphate in what is now Nigeria. The already waning Tukulor Empire fell apart as a result.

Second Battle of Jenné
DateApril 11, 1893 to April 12, 1893
Location
Result

French Victory

  • End of Tukulor Empire
Belligerents
France French Third Republic Mali Tukulor Empire
Commanders and leaders
Lieutenant Colonel Louis Archinard Almami Ahmadu Tall
Casualties and losses
15 men KIA; 2 officers KIA Substantial

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  • Lewis, David Levering (2001). Race to Fashoda. New York: Macmillan. pp. 336 Pages. ISBN 0-8050-7119-9.