VOICES OF THE FOREIGN LEGION: The History of the World's Most Famous Fighting Corps
Explores how the Legion selects its recruits, their native lands, and why these warriors seek a life full of hardship and danger. Analyzes the Legion's brutal attitude toward discipline, questions why desertion has been a perennial problem, and assesses the Legion's achievements since 1831.
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