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Так французские колонизаторы называли жителей Магриба.


Подразумевая, что их цивилизация находится в зачаточном состоянии.

Родиной 70% французских солдат сражавшихся против гитлеровской Германии и ее союзников был Магриб.


Jun. 10th, 2013 10:34 am (UTC)
Родиной 70% французских солдат сражавшихся против гитлеровской Германии и ее союзников был Магриб.

а где можно почитать об этом?
Jun. 10th, 2013 04:16 pm (UTC)
Ссылку на точную цифру дать не могу. Это надо заново перечитывать все по теме.

А вот если интересуетесь, то искать информацию нужно по следующим ключевым словам:
Pied-Noir - так называли французских магрибинцев
Le Chant des Africains - это их гимн, в том числе и в военное время (при освобождении Франции-Европы)
Armée d'Afrique - это так называемая французская First Army
Jun. 10th, 2013 04:21 pm (UTC)
А, вот нашлось прямо из википедии:

French Army B under the command of General Jean de Lattre de Tassigny landed in southern France after Operation Dragoon, the Allied invasion of the area. On September 25, 1944 French Army B was redesignated French First Army. Liberating Marseilles, Toulon, and Lyon, it later formed the right flank of the Allied Southern Group of Armies at the southern end of the Allied front line, adjacent to Switzerland. It commanded two corps, the French I and II Corps. The French First Army liberated the southern area of the Vosges Mountains, including Belfort. Its operations in the area of Burnhaupt destroyed the German IV Luftwaffe Korps in November 1944. In February 1945, with the assistance of the U.S. XXI Corps, the First Army collapsed the Colmar Pocket and cleared the west bank of the Rhine River of Germans in the area south of Strasbourg. In March 1945, the First Army fought through the Siegfried Line fortifications in the Bienwald Forest near Lauterbourg. Subsequently, the First Army crossed the Rhine near Speyer and captured Karlsruhe and Stuttgart. Operations by the First Army in April 1945 encircled and captured the German XVIII S.S. Korps in the Black Forest and cleared southwestern Germany. At the end of the war, the motto of the French First Army was Rhin et Danube, referring to the two great German rivers that it had reached and crossed during its combat operations.

The First Army was mainly composed of North African units (Maghrebis and French Pied-noirs soldiers) from the Army of Africa which already played a major role in the liberation of Corsica (September - October 1943) and the Italian Campaign (1943–44) in which around 130,000 of their force's men engaged.
Jun. 10th, 2013 06:44 pm (UTC)
ОК. Спасибо ) !


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