Armenian Betrayal and Atrocities-French Chief of General Staff Africa Content 64369/11 Dated 2nd October 1916 discloses how the Armenians were being trained by the French Legion in Egypt, Lebanon, and Cyprus so they can fight in Anatolia.  Patrick Devejian State Minister, France “Armenians didn’t only escape, but they then joined the French armed forces and fought with the French”

Armenian Betrayal and Atrocities-French Chief of General Staff Africa Content 64369/11 Dated 2nd October 1916 discloses how the Armenians were being trained by the French Legion in Egypt, Lebanon, and Cyprus so they can fight in Anatolia. Patrick Devejian State Minister, France “Armenians didn’t only escape, but they then joined the French armed forces and fought with the French”

UAE and French armed forces conclude joint…

UAE and French armed forces conclude joint…

Germany at war, Signal magazine, 1940. After the battle of France. French colonial troops colored prisoners of the German armed forces following the Battle of France and the collapse of the French armed forces, Signal Magazine July 15 1940. Pin by Paolo Marzioli

Germany at war, Signal magazine, 1940. After the battle of France. French colonial troops colored prisoners of the German armed forces following the Battle of France and the collapse of the French armed forces, Signal Magazine July 15 1940. Pin by Paolo Marzioli

Admiral Jean Darlan (left), commander of the Vichy French armed forces, shares a cup of coffee in Algiers on November 22, 1942, with Lieutenant General Mark W. Clark after the formal signing of a contraversial armistice between Allied and Vichy forces in North Africa. A photograph of Marshal Petain looks over Clark’s shoulder.

Admiral Jean Darlan (left), commander of the Vichy French armed forces, shares a cup of coffee in Algiers on November 22, 1942, with Lieutenant General Mark W. Clark after the formal signing of a contraversial armistice between Allied and Vichy forces in North Africa. A photograph of Marshal Petain looks over Clark’s shoulder.

CARIBBEAN WOMEN VOLUNTEERS in WWII BRITAIN - A few of the 600 West Indian women who were recruited for the Auxiliary Territorial Service, arriving in Britain in 1943. The enlistment of these volunteers went forward despite official misgivings and outright obstruction. . Another 80 Caribbean women joined the Women’s Auxiliary Air Force. Link goes to article with more photos!

CARIBBEAN WOMEN VOLUNTEERS in WWII BRITAIN - A few of the 600 West Indian women who were recruited for the Auxiliary Territorial Service, arriving in Britain in 1943. The enlistment of these volunteers went forward despite official misgivings and outright obstruction. . Another 80 Caribbean women joined the Women’s Auxiliary Air Force. Link goes to article with more photos!

Armée Française / French Armed Forces - Page 40

Armée Française / French Armed Forces - Page 40

Armée Française / French Armed Forces - Page 40

Armée Française / French Armed Forces - Page 40

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