Judge E. Gorlia's fourth journey in the Belgian Congo from November 1920 to February 1923.
The "Compagnie Maritime Belge du Congo" was ensuring a service every three weeks between Antwerp (Belgium) and Matadi (Congo). The ports of call along the journey were eventually La Pallice (France), Casablanca (Morocco), Ténériffe (Canaries islands, Spain), Dakar (Sénégal), Freetown (Sierra Leone), Conakry (Guinee), Grand Bassam (Ivory Coast), and Banana, Boma, Matadi (Congo).
In November 1920 the passenger steamer "Anversville" navigated 21 days to Matadi, its final destination. It called a few hours in ther harbour of Dakar, the adminstrative center of Senegal, then under French rules.
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