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C058681 FRENCH FOREIGN LEGION PHOTOGRAPH.

A 18cm x 13cm photograph of the French Foreign Legionnaires on parade in Marseilles. An unidentified Foreign Legion company marching in tropical khaki uniform, wearing the legendary Kepi Blanc (white kepi) of the Foreign Legion. (The officers and NCOs wear the kepi without the white cover.) Photograph belonged to German Legionnaire named Günther Hauser, with his name and the inscription “14.7 Marseille 1962” in ink on the reverse.  Marseilles is an important port on the southern coast of France, and the main recruiting depot for the Foreign Legion. Interesting souvenir of a German soldier enlisted in the Foreign Legion after WW2. Tear to lower right edge, does not affect image. 

GRADE *** 3/4                                                     PRICE $50.00

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