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Captured French General Giraud (second from right) with German officers
Captured French General Giraud (second from right) with German officers
Captured French General Giraud, during his daily walk. Germany, c. 1940–41.
Captured French General Giraud, during his daily walk. Germany, c. 1940–41.
Algiers, French Algeria. General Dwight D. Eisenhower, commander in chief of the Allied Armies in North Africa, and General Henri Honoré Giraud, comma
Algiers, French Algeria. General Dwight D. Eisenhower, commander in chief of the Allied Armies in North Africa, and General Henri Honoré Giraud, commanding the French Forces, saluting the flags of both nations at Allied headquarters.
President Franklin D. Roosevelt with Giraud in Casablanca
President Franklin D. Roosevelt with Giraud in Casablanca
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General Charles de Gaulle and British Prime Minister Winston Churchill in 1944
General Charles de Gaulle and British Prime Minister Winston Churchill in 1944
The French SAS's motto is the translation of the British SAS's: He who dares, wins.
The French SAS's motto is the translation of the British SAS's: He who dares, wins.
Brigadier Mike Calvert, Commandant SAS Brigade, at the ceremony marking the passing of 3 and 4 SAS (2 and 3 Regiment de Chasseurs Parachutistes) from
Brigadier Mike Calvert, Commandant SAS Brigade, at the ceremony marking the passing of 3 and 4 SAS (2 and 3 Regiment de Chasseurs Parachutistes) from the British to the French Army at Tarbes in southern France (1945).
Arms of General Leclerc's 2nd Armoured Division involved in the battle for Paris
Arms of General Leclerc's 2nd Armoured Division involved in the battle for Paris