Hafif piyade tugayının bayrağı - The flag of the light infantry
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Title
Hafif piyade tugayının bayrağı - The flag of the light infantry
Description
Onur Lejyonu askeri madalyası ve Croix de guerre (savaş hacı) ile süslenen hafif piyade tugayının bayrağı. Yürüyenlerin/yürüyüşün etrafındaki kalabalık. Fransız Yabancı Lejyonu'nun yürüyen alayının bayrağı, askeri madalya kordonu renklerindeki nişan kordonuyla süslendi - The flag of the light infantry, decorated with the Legion of Honor, the military medal and the Croix de guerre (war cross). The crowd around the passing of the march. The flag of the marching regiment of the French Foreign Legion, decorated with the fourragere in the colors of the ribbon of the military medal.
Note
Fotoğraflar Paris'teki askeri geçit törenini gösteriyor - The photos show a military procession in Paris.
Issue Date
1917
Language
French
Location
SALT Research
URI
https://archives.saltresearch.org/handle/123456789/28988
Collections
Type
Format
26-35,8 cm, Printed
Number of Scanned Documents
2
Identifier
FFTDOC01413
Rights
Open Access
Accrual Method
Purchase

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