The French Foreign Legion
Barnes & Noble Books, 1995 - 179 pages
No military force in history has so vividly succeeded in stirring men's minds and imagination as the French Foreign Legion; no force has been invested with such a wealth of charisma. If ever there was romance in war, theen the foreign Legion has epitomized it.
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