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Her Majesty’s Services: A Brief Guide to British Armed Forces Ranks

Her Majesty’s Services: A Brief Guide to British Armed Forces Ranks

The Mexican Adventure: Uniforms: French Foreign Legion

The Mexican Adventure: Uniforms: French Foreign Legion

The French Foreign Legion.

The French Foreign Legion.

Légion étrangère

Légion étrangère

pustch d'alger 1er regiment etranger de parachutistes, pin by Paolo Marzioli

pustch d'alger 1er regiment etranger de parachutistes, pin by Paolo Marzioli

Lors de la campagne de Tunisie, au moment de la bataille du massif de l’Ousselat, des artilleurs du 67e RA (régiment d’artillerie d’Afrique) qui combattent au sein de la DMC (division de marche de Constantine), montent en ligne, équipés de canons de 65 mm de montagne modèle 1906. L’un d’eux est aux prises avec sa mule bâtée récalcitrante. Date : Avril 1943, pin by Paolo Marzioli

Lors de la campagne de Tunisie, au moment de la bataille du massif de l’Ousselat, des artilleurs du 67e RA (régiment d’artillerie d’Afrique) qui combattent au sein de la DMC (division de marche de Constantine), montent en ligne, équipés de canons de 65 mm de montagne modèle 1906. L’un d’eux est aux prises avec sa mule bâtée récalcitrante. Date : Avril 1943, pin by Paolo Marzioli

La photographie de l’armée de Vichy (1941-1943), pin by Paolo Marzioli

La photographie de l’armée de Vichy (1941-1943), pin by Paolo Marzioli

Uncle Fritz in the French Foreign Legion. See Return to Vienna: Must the Past Be Prologue? http://freudsbutcher.com/genealogy/return-to-vienna-must-the-past-be-prologue/

Uncle Fritz in the French Foreign Legion. See Return to Vienna: Must the Past Be Prologue? http://freudsbutcher.com/genealogy/return-to-vienna-must-the-past-be-prologue/

Legionnaires of the French Foreign Legion are evidently in perpetual competition to see which one of them makes the best Admiral Homeless Lumberjack. However, we admit that the axes and leather aprons are infinitely better than the blue sashes they used to wear for "protection against intestinal disorders" (which we assume were inflicted by the axes).

The 5 Least Intimidating Military Uniforms Around the World

Legionnaires of the French Foreign Legion are evidently in perpetual competition to see which one of them makes the best Admiral Homeless Lumberjack. However, we admit that the axes and leather aprons are infinitely better than the blue sashes they used to wear for "protection against intestinal disorders" (which we assume were inflicted by the axes).

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