Monthly Archives: November 2014

Grit Gregson: Trouble at the Barracks

It’s Saturday morning here in cold and gloomy Wisconsin.  The time of week formerly reserved for kids to get up early and sit before the TV in their pajamas to watch cartoons and adventure shows.  So, in the spirit of … Continue reading

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Legion Pulp: Isabelle Eberhardt: The Legion’s Most Wanted Woman

This month’s pulp fiction story is from the May 1957 edition of Ken for Men which was one of the many titles of  “Men’s Real Adventure” genre of magazines that proliferated in the 1950’s – 1970’s.  It flagrantly and luridly … Continue reading

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The Legion by Gustave Babin

The record of the French Foreign Legion in World War I is exemplary by any standards.  The RMLE (the last task organization that the Legion fought in for most of the war, 11 Nov 1915-20 Sep 1920) was one of … Continue reading

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