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French Vichy force in Siria 1941, pin by Paolo Marzioli

Three members of the Free French foreign legion who distinguished themselves in the battle at Bir Hacheim in the Western desert. They are from Senegal, Equatorial Africa, and Madagascar, respectively. Office of War Information Photo.

Tintype Civil War Era Military Soldiers Fez Hat Possible Zouave Outfit Wool Coat | eBay

Tintype Civil War Era Military Soldiers Fez Hat Possible Zouave Outfit Wool Coat

Tintype Civil War Era Military Soldiers Fez Hat Possible Zouave Outfit Wool Coat | eBay

Antique 1908 Red Fez March & Two-Step by Walter J. Hearn Ragtime Woman Hat VTG

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Free French First btg. Marine Fuciliers - Bir Hakeim 1942, pin by Paolo Marzioli

Free French First btg. Marine Fuciliers - Bir Hakeim pin by Paolo Marzioli

Bir Hakeim: the Free French were a mix of Foreign Legion, survivors of the Battle of France, soldiers from the Colonies and far fetched parts of France, like  Tahiti. Soldiers, sailors, artillery, all arms.

Bir Hakeim: the Free French were a mix of Foreign Legion, survivors of the Battle of France, soldiers from the Colonies and far fetched parts of France, like Tahiti. Soldiers, sailors, artillery, all arms.

Italian Bersaglieri (light infantry marksmen) man a German anti-tank rifle. The First Battle of El Alamein (1 - 27 July 1942) was a battle of the Western Desert Campaign fought between Axis Italian and German forces and Allied forces (specifically British Imperial forces), (Britain, India, Australia, South Africa and New Zealand) of the British Eighth Army.

Italian Bersaglieri (light infantry marksmen) man a German Solothurn 20 mm anti-tank rifle during the First Battle of El Alamein. The First Battle of El Alamein July 1942 to 27 July was a battle of the Western Desert Campaign.

Free French captain of the 1st Moroccan Spahis, pin by Paolo Marzioli

Free French captain of the Moroccan Spahis, pin by Paolo Marzioli

Free-French patrol in Tunisia, pin by Paolo Marzioli

Free French Army in World War Two: strength and organization

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French and British troops after the Bir Hakeim battle. This battle was crucial for the Northern African theatre. A small number of French troops (3700 men) under the command of the general Koenig managed to slow down Italian and German armies (45000...

French and British troops after the Bir Hakeim battle. This battle was crucial for the Northern African theatre. A small number of French troops men) under the command of the general Koenig managed to slow down Italian and German armies

13th Handschar. Nice picture of them wearing tropical uniform.

Waffen Mountain Division of the SS Handschar Croatian)

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