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    New Archive: "La Légion est arrivée!"

    Merci à notre colonel Norm, également appelé "le Ronin six". And also, thanks to Pad75, romedome, legion entragere, basx, ransomechua, RainbowAvenue, One Bravo Four, MFisher, AEB1, and all those who are obsessed with the Legion, and those they fought alongside, and against.

    Previously archived posts will be moved there, along with the excellent bunch of recent posts.
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    Gott in himmel!

    Woops, I mean what the mon dieu! Thankee thankee merçi merçi! It's an archive area, right? I get better airplay here in the general discussion area so I'm going to continue to post here.

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    No prob, RD. The posts go here, and get archived there, eventually. Just wanted this "genre" to have a section of it's own.
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    "Tiens, voilà du boudin, voilà du boudin, voilà du boudin !"

    You can listen to the different "songs" of the legion etrangere here :

    http://www.legion-etrangere.info/sit...ter_chants.php

    Enjoy !!

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    "Legio Patria Nostra"

    Vive la Legion! Thank You so much PD! Merci Beaucoup!
    I can hear the music and the words of "Le Boudin"!

    And Thank you for that great link Real Action man! As I was just imagining the "Le boudin" and you came up with this incredible link!

    Philip
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    I would just like to say that the influx of FFL figures from all of these incredibly talented gentlemen has been to say the least...Extremely inspirational .


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    Thanks a lot !
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    Good ideer, in light of the recent popularity of the subject.

    While nowhere near as incredible as the other submissions due to my meager talents, would anyone want me to post this guy there? I had him here a few months ago.


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    I'm part way through moving the various posts there, LG2. Yours will be there, "naturellement". Nothing meager about it.
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    Good move, OSW, this quality of work deserves it own department.
    P.S Pad rocks - his modern French Military/CT stuff - whoaa!
    'I'm giving you a choice: either put on these glasses or start eatin' that trash can.'

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    eeeeexxxxxxcellent.... had better get busy finishing up those other FFL figures I have 50% done all over the work bench !
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    That's great... now all the more for me to get cracking on that Indo-China 1952 FFl Paratrooper.

    Oops! I just remembered... I would have to customize the British 1942 windproof camo-printed trousers. Good grief... I mean ..."Mon Dieu!"


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    ...and for those that can't find it, here's the link to the OSW's La Legion archive forum:

    https://onesixthwarriors.com/forum/fo...s=&forumid=138

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