7 edition of Inside the Foreign Legion found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 275-276) and index.
|LC Classifications||UA703.L5 P37 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 282 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||282|
|LC Control Number||99223396|
Laffin's book, however, puts things into proper perspective. Unlike Chris Jenning's work, A Mouthful of Rocks; where he constantly criticizes everything the legion does, Laffin gets into the heart and soul of the Foreign Legion. After reading Laffin's book, you will realize that the legion is a "grand military fraternity." Douglas Porch's inside view of the Foreign Legion in great detail keeps the reader enthralled through every page. It's about time this legendary fighting force got the credit it deserves. From campaigning in colonial Africa to the jungles of Tonkin through two World Wars, the Foreign Legion needed someone to tell of their bloody, honorable, and
"A radiant beauty of a writer."—The Los Angeles Times. The Foreign Legion is a collection in two parts, gathering both stories and chronicles, and it offers wonderful evidence of Clarice Lispector's unique sensibility and range as an exponent of experimental prose. It opens with thirteen stories and the second part of the book presents her newspaper crônicas, which Lispector said she BZDB24 Military; The French Foreign Legion The Inside Story of the WorldFamous Fighting Force Young John Robert. Book Condition Report. Category: Military. Language: English. EAN:
The French Foreign Legion is one of the world’s most storied and romanticized combat units. In his book At the Edge of the World, Jean-Vincent Blanchard takes the reader on a journey to Indochina, Madagascar, France, Algeria, Morocco, and back again to explain why that ibly a history of the first one hundred years of the French Foreign Legion—the “Heroic Century”—the book The legend of Beau Gaste and the hell-raising, hard-drinking, long-suffering, loyal Legionnaires has been immortalized by countless novels and Hollywood movies. Here Douglas Porch examines the Legion myth and goes beyond it to explore the Legion's mystique and describe its performance from its founding in to today. 32 pages of halftones; maps; ://
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ISBN: "Inside the Foreign Legion" by John Parker is the most balanced book on the Foreign Legion I've read. While Douglas Porch's seminal work still stands as the most thorough and well-documented book on the French Foreign Legion yet produced, it is very difficult to read.
It took me months to wade through :// An excellent photoessay on the Legion in the late s. Many things have changed new quarters, new tasks, new regiments.
But Young gets into the heart of what it means to be a was given unheard of access to the légionnaires in their basic training at Castelnaudary as well as allowed to accompany them on different exercises, including un mission profonde en Guyane The Fifth Foreign Legion (3 book series) Kindle Edition From Book 1: Stranded in a Galactic Rebellion As the Terran Commonwealth expanded the borders of the interstellar territories it controlled, a waning alien race was forced to yield much of their once glorious star empire.
Suddenly, the Fifth Foreign Legion is facing a seemingly The Legion of the Damned: The Adventures of Bennett J. Doty in the French Foreign Legion as Told by Himself by Bennett J Doty | 3 Feb out of 5 stars 1 The book examines its history, training, tradition and mystique and lists the Legion's commanding officers sinceits weapons, famous legionnaires, and the many nationalities who have served.
With an introduction by Len Deighton, this is a compact, yet comprehensive history of the Legion This has to be one of the best books around on life in the Foreign Legion, if one wants to learn about their life style then start with this book. This book relates to the life of Simon Murray as a legionnaire during the Algeria conflict.
It gives a gritty real life account of the Legion and the type of men who join this organisation. Read and › Books › History › Europe. Books about the history and activities of the French Foreign Legion.
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There is no more famous fighting force than the French Foreign Legion. Since its foundation by royal decree of Louis Philippe inthe Legion, with its unique Free shipping over $ Books shelved as french-foreign-legion: Beau Geste by P.C.
Wren, The Last Valley: Dien Bien Phu and the French Defeat in Vietnam by Martin Windrow, Our F Interesting book about the origin of the Foreign Legion and it's history through stories of it's most famous battles.
A well researched but, but it is a long and dry read with lot's of historic and political background during the times of the :// The French Foreign Legion The Inside Story of the World-famous Fighting Force (Book): Young, John Robert: Baker & TaylorBriefly recounts the Legion's battles and campaigns, looks at the training and daily life of modern legionnaires, and explains why the Legion was founded An illustration of an open book.
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The thought of escaping from the pressures of life leads many anguished young men to the French Foreign Legion.
However, the brutality of its training regime and the horror stories of its ruthless NCOs have been told by the thousands who have :// The French Foreign Legion is a complete, captivating study of the famed fighting force, from its inception in to modern times. Historian Douglas Porch chronicles the Legion’s involvement in Spain, Mexico, Indochina, Madagascar, WWI, Vietnam, and Algiers (to name a few) and delves into the inner workings of legionnaires and their › Books › History › Europe.
The French Foreign Legion, founded inis shrouded in mystery. The brutality of its training regime has been described by deserters, but a different picture emerges from those who stayed and progressed beyond the beatings and the Legion's ://.
This young veteran of World War II, after serving as Assistant Director of the National Americanism Commission of the American Legion, became a labor union official. In his book he throws a lurid light on the authoritarian setup and the reactionary policies of the Legion's high ://The History of the French Foreign Legion: From to Present Day by Jordan, David and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at ://?bsi.
Appel: A Canadian in the French Foreign Legion is the first-hand account of the author’s six years as a professional soldier during the s, and his experience in the Legion's elite Groupe des Commandos Parachutistes (GCP).
Joel Struthers recounts the dangers and demands of military life, from the rigours of recruitment and operational training in the rugged mountains of France, to face-to