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French Foreign Legion

Soldiers of the French Foreign Legion moving into position on September 24, 1915, the night before the beginning of the Champagne Offensive. From 'A Soldier of the Legion' by Edward Morlae, a American, and a Sergeant in the Foreign Legion.
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As they swung into column the night before the 25th of December.

Soldiers of the French Foreign Legion moving into position on September 24, 1915, the night before the beginning of the Champagne Offensive. From 'A Soldier of the Legion' by Edward Morlae, a American, and a Sergeant in the Foreign Legion.

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As they swung into column the night before the 25th of December.

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The French Foreign Legion was formed in 1831, and is composed of men from many lands, all serving in the French Armed Forces under the command of French Officers.

The Legion, La L├ęgion, fought in the Second Battle of Artois, the Second Battle of Champagne, Verdun, and other engagements.

French Foreign Legion is a corps in French Army.

Organizations within French Foreign Legion (1)

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Books about French Foreign Legion (4)

Title Author Last Name Author First Name
Lice Cendrars Blaise
The Astonished Man Cendrars Blaise
Memoirs of the Foreign Legion M. M.
A Soldier of the Legion Morlae Edward