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Commander-in-Chief

Tinted postcard of Marshall Ferdinand Foch. Made Commander-in-Chief of all Allied forces on the Western Front April 3, 1918, he led the Allies to victory in November.
Text:
Maréchal Foch, Notre Vainqueur (Marshall Foch, our Victor)
Reverse:
Undated handwritten message

Tinted postcard of Marshall Ferdinand Foch. Made Commander-in-Chief of all Allied forces on the Western Front April 3, 1918, he led the Allies to victory in November.

Image text

Maréchal Foch, Notre Vainqueur



Marshall Foch, our Victor



Reverse:

Undated handwritten message

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Commander-in-Chief, e.g., French, Commander-in-Chief of the British Army - Warner, Loos, p. 6

People holding the role of Commander-in-Chief

Person Start Date End Date
Albert I of Belgium, Albert
French, John
Haig, Douglas
Joffre, Joseph 1916-12-27
Nivelle, Robert 1916-12-27
Pétain, Henri Philippe