Portugal na I Guerra Mundial. O Triângulo de Quionga (Moçambique).
The Kionga Triangle was a small territory on the East Coast of Africa. It lay between the colonies of German East Africa, the major part of present-day Tanzania, and Portuguese East Africa, the present-day Mozambique). It was German possession from 1894 to 1916, after which it became a possession of the Portuguese. The Kionga Triangle was the only Portuguese territorial gain, de facto, for their participation in the First World War.
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