Report of the Battalion Chief Auguste Sarrou [Head of Mission in Syria] on the establishment of an irregular division formed by Greek-Anatolian refugees.
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Title
Report of the Battalion Chief Auguste Sarrou [Head of Mission in Syria] on the establishment of an irregular division formed by Greek-Anatolian refugees.
Creator
Battalion Chief Auguste Sarrou, Head of Mission in Syria
Description
Report concerning the establishment of an irregular division formed by Greek-Anatolian refugees. The report describes in detail corps recruiting modalities, structure, management, equipment, provision, base camp, advantages and disadvantages of irregular troops’ employment.
Note
Draft of the document AFMSRDOC001020 the 4th page is handwritten.
Issue Date
1917-09-03
Language
French
Location
SALT Research
URI
https://archives.saltresearch.org/handle/123456789/34389
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Type
Format
21,5-33 cm, Handwritten-Typewritten
Identifier
AFMSRDOC001020B2
Rights
Open Access
Rights Holder
Rachel Adrienne Sarrou
Accrual Method
Donation

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