Legion Pulp: Stepsons of France

This month’s pulp story of the Foreign Legion is from the pen of Robert Carse.  The story appeared in Argosy Weekly 11 January 1941.  It’s a tale of the more modern Foreign Legion who fought in against the Italians in North Africa during the early years of World War II.  Carse hits on many aspect of service in the Legion during this war–especially for Germans and also does a great job depicting how totally the Legion was a stew of many nationalities and languages united under the seven flamed grenade.

Stepsons of France

 

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About Jack Wagner

Retired Army.
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