They Know How to Die
THE Foreign Legion of France, the world's most famous and glamorous body of fighting men, celebrates its centenary this year. None surpass it in glorious traditions, in feats of war, in impregnable loyalty to its officers and its flag, in professional skill or high elan, yet no corps d'elite has suffered so much at the hands of the writers of sensational fiction or of inept motion picture directors.
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