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Available as Prints and Gift Items

Choose from 5 pictures in our Bergeret collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Dawdlers of the Rue du Coq or The Martinets printshop, c. 1810
Dawdlers of the Rue du Coq or The Martinets printshop, c. 1810
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Tsar Alexander I presenting the Kalmyks, Cossacks and Bashkirs of Russian army to Napoleon I, Tilsit Artist: Bergeret
Tsar Alexander I presenting the Kalmyks, Cossacks and Bashkirs of Russian army to Napoleon I, Tilsit Artist: Bergeret
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Entry of the French Foreign Legion into Chateau-Salins, Moselle, France, 17 November 1918. Artist: C Bergeret
Entry of the French Foreign Legion into Chateau-Salins, Moselle, France, 17 November 1918. Artist: C Bergeret
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Lieutenant-Colonel Rollet entering Chateau-Salins, Moselle, France, 17 November 1918. Artist: C Bergeret
Lieutenant-Colonel Rollet entering Chateau-Salins, Moselle, France, 17 November 1918. Artist: C Bergeret
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1st regiment of the French Foreign Legion, Sidi Bel Abbes, Algeria, 1906. Artist: J Geiser
1st regiment of the French Foreign Legion, Sidi Bel Abbes, Algeria, 1906. Artist: J Geiser
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Entry of the French Foreign Legion into Chateau-Salins, Moselle, France, 17 November 1918. Artist: C Bergeret Featured Image

Entry of the French Foreign Legion into Chateau-Salins, Moselle, France, 17 November 1918. Artist: C Bergeret

Entry of the French Foreign Legion into Chateau-Salins, Moselle, France, 17 November 1918. The French Foreign Legion was established in 1831 as an elite unit of foreign volunteers. The Legion's primary function in the 19th and early 20th century was the expansion and protection of France's overseas territories, but it served with distinction in World War I. Here the 1st Regiment is seen entering the village of Chateau-Salins shortly after the end of the war. French postcard

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