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Château de Pervinquière, Saint-Igne, Tarn-et-Garonne, France | par Linda Vanysacker - Van den Mooter

Château de Pervinquière, Saint-Igne, Tarn-et-Garonne, France | par Linda Vanysacker - Van den Mooter

ISAF Polish patch FOB Ghazni Aghanistan - NAVY SEALs - FORMOZA - Special Force

ISAF Polish patch FOB Ghazni Aghanistan - NAVY SEALs - FORMOZA - Special Force

Кубань Казачья повстанческая армия (КоПА) 1942-1950

Кубань Казачья повстанческая армия (КоПА) 1942-1950

French; 1st Regiment Tirailleurs Algeriens, IIe Bataillon de Marche(IIeBM/1er RTA), A tirailleur of 5th Company looks out over the Day Delta. Taken after the recapture of the post at Ninh Binh and its subsequent rebuilding during June 1951, pin by Paolo Marzioli

French; 1st Regiment Tirailleurs Algeriens, IIe Bataillon de Marche(IIeBM/1er RTA), A tirailleur of 5th Company looks out over the Day Delta. Taken after the recapture of the post at Ninh Binh and its subsequent rebuilding during June 1951, pin by Paolo Marzioli

PAGES DE GLOIRE PARACHUTISTE PARA BERET ROUGE AEROPORTES TAP SAS LIBERATION INDOCHINE, pin by Paolo Marzioli

PAGES DE GLOIRE PARACHUTISTE PARA BERET ROUGE AEROPORTES TAP SAS LIBERATION INDOCHINE, pin by Paolo Marzioli

Vietnamese units were part of the French Military, and they might find themselves fighting alongside Moroccans or Algerians. Pin by Paolo Marzioli

Vietnamese units were part of the French Military, and they might find themselves fighting alongside Moroccans or Algerians. Pin by Paolo Marzioli

During the operation “Karamako” near the Giang-Thanh river, Lieutenant Ziegler at the 6th Colonial Infantry Regiment speaks with the chief of a pagoda. Pin by Paolo Marzioli

During the operation “Karamako” near the Giang-Thanh river, Lieutenant Ziegler at the 6th Colonial Infantry Regiment speaks with the chief of a pagoda. Pin by Paolo Marzioli

The French Foreign Legion in Indochina at the end of the First Indochina War, 1954.

The French Foreign Legion in Indochina at the end of the First Indochina War, 1954.

Russian Volunteers (POA). Recruited by the Germans from Russian POWs, they fought mostly against the western allies, except at the very end, when they were also sent against the Soviets. Almost all captured by the Allies were turned over to the Russians after the war. They were quickly liquidated. Their official leader was former Soviet General Vlasov.

Russian Volunteers (POA). Recruited by the Germans from Russian POWs, they fought mostly against the western allies, except at the very end, when they were also sent against the Soviets. Almost all captured by the Allies were turned over to the Russians after the war. They were quickly liquidated. Their official leader was former Soviet General Vlasov.