The French Army of Victory

Andre Jouineau

After the defeat in 1940, the Vichy Government started reforming the army which the occupier had been good enough to let it keep. At the same time in England, General de Gaulle got down to setting up a unit for all the volunteers drifting in from all over the Empire.
Publication date:
January 2013
Publisher :
Histoire et Collections
Language:
English
Series :
Officer & Soldiers
Illustration :
Fully illustrated throughout
Format Available     Quantity Price
Paperback
ISBN : 9782352502616

Dimensions : 200 X 240 cm
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£13.99
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Overview
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• A book for any modeller interested in the uniforms of the French Army during WWII

After the defeat in 1940, the Vichy Government started reforming the army which the occupier had been good enough to let it keep. At the same time in England, General de Gaulle got down to setting up a unit for all the volunteers drifting in from all over the Empire. Soon, after Operation Torch, the Americans started supplying the French Army in North Africa with equipment, materiel and clothing. This army of victory distinguished itself in Italy, in France and on the other side of Rhine during the last three years of the war. Discover the twentieth volume in the collection, the multifarious blend of uniforms which was such a feature of the French Liberation Army