1912, SIGNED, Eternelle Turquie, Armenian Legion, General Torcom


The Armenian Legion (French: Légion Arméennene) was a volunteer unit that was raised by the Allied Powers to serve in the Middle East Theater during World War I. Trained and led by French army commanders, the Légion d’Orient (Eastern Legion), as the unit was originally known, was created in 1916, its ranks chiefly drawn from Levantine and Armenian exiles and refugees from the Ottoman Empire. In 1919, it was renamed the Armenian Legion.‎

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PERLANT Arsène [pseudonym of General Torcom]‎
‎Eternell Türquie!
published in 1912 by Neuchatel, Delachaux and Niestlé, Paris, Fischbacher,
Preface by Philippe Godet. In 12° of VIII pp. , 386 pp. + 1 frontispiece map and 5 inset pages of photographs.
First Edition
Signed and inscribed by the author!

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