Louis Napoleon Chaltin
Louis Napoleon Chaltin (1857 - 1933) was a Belgian officer . Born with Ixelles, it is named lieutenant in 1885. It arrives between at the service of the State independent of Congo (EIC) in 1891. In 1893, it is with the head of the camp of the Police force with Basoko, from where it leaves to take Riba Riba (close to current the Kindu) by going up the Lomami. Then it will raise the seat of the station of Stanley Falls (current Kisangani). It then will make safe the area of Dungu in the North-East of the terrritoire of the EIC (ordering district of the Haut-Uélé as from 1893).
He will leave his name to the Congolese locality of Aketi Port-Chaltin close to Kisangani.
- Campaigns of the State independent of Congo against Arabo-Swahilis
- Forwardings of the State independent of Congo towards the Nile
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