Category: Croix de Guerre TOE

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The Croix de guerre des théâtres d'opérations extérieurs (War Cross for foreign operational theaters), also called the Croix de Guerre TOE for short, is a French military award denoting citations earned in combat in foreign countries. The Armistice of November 11, 1918 ended the war between France and Germany, but French soldiers continued fighting in theaters outside metropolitan France. Combat operations continued in Syria, Palestine, Constantinople, Morocco, French West Africa and French Equatorial Africa.

See Wikipedia:Croix_de_guerre_des_théâtres_d'opérations_extérieures


Person Profiles (4)

19 Aug 1911 New York, New York, United States - 06 Apr 1996 photo
06 Apr 1906 Baltimore, Maryland, United States - 08 Jul 1982 photo
13 Feb 1895 Westcliff on Sea, Essex, England, United Kingdom - 20 Dec 1970
14 Jul 1922 Honolulu, Hawaii - 14 Jun 2007 photo




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