Auguste Marie Joseph Pujol

Auguste Marie Joseph Pujol (1863-1945) was a distinguished French colonial officer who served in occupied West Africa. He was born in Camargue, France, and held several foreign postings between 1880 to 1899. These included Reunion (1885), Madagascar (1886), Senegal (1890), Sudan (1892), and Tonkin (1893 – 1903). While stationed in Senegal, he held the rank of Etat-Major du Commandant Superior des Troupes Coloniales. He is known chiefly for having commissioned several detailed topographical maps of the region.

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