Majunga sentence example

majunga
  • Majunga (properly Mojanga, pop. 5300) on the north-west coast, just north of 16° S., and Diego-Suarez, are important ports for foreign trade, the latter being also a fortified naval and military station.
    0
    0
  • As soon as these had left the island, 1895' the chief ports were occupied by French troops, and an expeditionary force under General Duchesne was afterwards landed on the north-west coast at Mojanga - commonly, but incorrectly, written Majunga - with the object of breaking the Hova authority.
    0
    0
  • Majunga (properly Mojanga, pop. 5300) on the north-west coast, just north of 16° S., and Diego-Suarez, are important ports for foreign trade, the latter being also a fortified naval and military station.
    0
    0