March Or Die: France and the Foreign Legion

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HarperCollins, 2001 - 442 pages
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Why does France still retain the Foreign Legion, a unique fighting force of men drawn from a hundred nations and no common culture? More important, why do they need France? In this text, Tony Geraghty analyses the legend and re-examines the battle honours of the Foreign Legion, and his revelations illuminate the darker side of its historic relationship to the motherland.

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Tony Geraghty, Tony Geraghty is a former paratrooper, the experience having given him a subject to write upon. He writes nonfiction military books such as "Who Dares Wins," a history of the British Special Air Services Regiment, and "Brixmis," the story of England's spying role during the Cold War.

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