Exterior of German Fort near Mora, 1916.
Mora is a town in northern Cameroon. Mora has a population of 55,216 making it the 5th biggest city in Far North.   
German fort of Mora was the last German fort in Cameroon to surrender during World War I. After a long time under siege by allied forces, Captain von Raben and his men surrendered to the allied forces on February 20, 1916, over a year after the rest of the German army withdrew out of Cameroon. Many German troops escaped to the neutral Spanish colony of Río Muni.
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Coordinates: 11°03′N 14°09′E / 11.050°N 14.150°E