Charles de Foucauld, the Silent Witness
The exciting story of the former Viscount Charles de Foucauld, French dilettante playboy, courageous cavalry officer, and adventurous Moroccan explorer, who went on to become the beloved "holy man" of the nomads of the Sahara Desert.
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