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  • Diary of a Legionnaire My Life in the French Foreign Legion
  • Gareth Carins
  • English
  • 14 September 2018
  • 9781906210397

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Download Diary of a Legionnaire My Life in the French Foreign Legion 108 N by some Legionnaires in the name of tradition to the personal sacrifices shown by others Along the way he met many of the fascinating characters that come from all corners of the world to serve in the ranks of the Foreign Legion Diary of a Legionnaire is a candid an. Pretty good storytelling Nedds a better editor

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Download Diary of a Legionnaire My Life in the French Foreign Legion 108 D eye opening insight into this mysterious army told through Gareth's exciting and at times humorous adventures during the first eighteen months of his service as we follow him from the brutality of basic training to the realities of combat in the jungles of West Afri. Enjoyable read and a brilliant insightIf always wondered what life in the legion is like and this book doesn t disappoint on giving a great insight You really get a sense of what daily life is like there Recommended

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Download Diary of a Legionnaire My Life in the French Foreign Legion 108 After finishing university but not ready to settle down Gareth Carins joined the French Foreign Legion in 1996 and served for five years in their elite Parachute Regiment He experienced at first hand the extremes of human nature witnessing both the brutal cruelty show. The sub genres of French Foreign Legionnaire memoirs seem to fall into either General history L gionnaires who desert and L gionnaires who finish their contracts That final category seems to be the smallest and this book belongs thereGareth Cairns memoir details the first year and a half of his time in the Legion It seems well divided between brutal training and two conflict deployments in AfricaI would ve enjoyed reading about his last three years and a bit of his life after the Legion However despite several typos this was a good read Recommended if you have an itch to read about the relatively modern Legion