Double-sided, indexed and very detailed map of Chad. Formerly the northern portion of French Equatorial Africa, Chad is famous among history buffs as being the jump-off point of General LeClerc's masterful march across the Sahara to Tunisia with Free French units loyal to the Allies, during WW1. In more modern terms, Chad is the site of Lake Chad, once a massive interior African lake, but now sadly depleted in size. The map distinguishes roads ranging from divided paced highways to tracks/foot-paths. Legend includes places of interest, mosques, lodges/rest houses, churches, pagodas/temples, clinics, hotels, airfields, national/domestic airports, nature reserves. and includes an inset of the capital N'Djamena.