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French foreign Légionnaire 1908 54mm

French foreign Légionnaire 1908 54mm

Soldiers of the Queen - Sapeur French Foreign Legion

Soldiers of the Queen - Sapeur French Foreign Legion

French Foreign Legion -5th Motorized Company (5e Compagnie portée) of 4e REI in the Gambetta region - 1959, pin by Paolo Marzioli

French Foreign Legion -5th Motorized Company (5e Compagnie portée) of 4e REI in the Gambetta region - 1959, pin by Paolo Marzioli

In the djebel : a french navy commando officer with his radio-carrier (ex-captured fellagha). See the light US M1.

In the djebel : a french navy commando officer with his radio-carrier (ex-captured fellagha). See the light US M1.

Africa: Old photo, Amazigh berber man with a barbary lion, Morocco

Africa: Old photo, Amazigh berber man with a barbary lion, Morocco

Averof, Armored Cruiser of the Greek Navy during WW I & WW II.

Averof, Armored Cruiser of the Greek Navy during WW I & WW II.

French foreign Legion (2ème REI / Infantry) in action at the beginning of war in Algeria (1955).

French foreign Legion (2ème REI / Infantry) in action at the beginning of war in Algeria (1955).

After the fall of France in 1940, from exile in Britain, Charles de Gaulle rallied remaining French forces from around the world to form the Free French Forces. The first significant campaign for the Free French came in North Africa, where they fought first against their own Vichy countrymen, then against the Germans and Italians. In May 1942, the Free French came up against the might of Rommel’s Afrika Corp at Bir Hakeim, an oasis in the Libyan desert.

After the fall of France in 1940, from exile in Britain, Charles de Gaulle rallied remaining French forces from around the world to form the Free French Forces. The first significant campaign for the Free French came in North Africa, where they fought first against their own Vichy countrymen, then against the Germans and Italians. In May 1942, the Free French came up against the might of Rommel’s Afrika Corp at Bir Hakeim, an oasis in the Libyan desert.

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