By Merlin Robinson
Robinson has written a captivating story of Free France's most effective fighting force. Looking at a thorough analysis of their combat and organisation.
Gaullist officer Philippe de Hautcloque adopted 'General Laclerc' to protect his family in occupied France during the Second World War. He became France's foremost fighting commander. Beginning as a scratch force in Africa, after success in North Africa it expanded. Reorganising as a US army-style division.