Photos The French In Indochina

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Pro-French “Groupement de Commandos Mixtes Aéroportés” Commandos with MAS-38 SMG’s capture a Viet Minh soldier from an underground hideout in the Thai Binh sector in Indochina - December 1953
LIFE Magazine Archives - Howard Sochurek Photographer

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January 1954. Legionnaires from the 1st Foreign Parachute Battalion (BEP) during a patrol west of Diên Biên Phu.
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Caporal-chef Auguste Apel, of the Foreign Legion, in the "base aéroterrestre" of Na San, Indochina, on December 13, 1952.
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Marine Commandos of the Commando François in Indochina, shortly before being annihilated in the church of Ninh Binh, during the Battle of the Day River on 29 May 1950.
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Caporal-chef Auguste Apel, legionnaire with the 2e Bataillon Étranger de Parachutistes (2e BEP) during the Battle of Na San 1952
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A left handed Foreign Legionnaire with a Lee Enfield No. 4 MK1 T Sniper rifle in Indochina. First Indochina War, early 1950’s
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