Chad stands at the easternmost crossroads of Sahelian Africa, overlooking West and Central Africa, the Sahara and the Nile Valley. From Toumai, the ancestor of mankind, to the present, it has always featured a great variety of habitats and landscapes and been home to a wide range of peoples.
Produced under the scientific direction of Jean-Robert Pitte A modern atlas to fast-evolving country, offering clear descriptions and well-documented and easy-to-read maps, all produced by specialists, scholars and researchers. It contains 400 photographs and 250 maps and graphics.
The Atlas historique de l’Afrique (Historical Atlas of Africa) is a work of reference, one of a kind because of covers the complete history of the continent, from the origins of man to the beginning of the 1980s.