French Wine Poster (1908).
French soldiers from Metropolitan & Colonial regiments, 1917.
Tirailleur Algerian, New Tunic, 1916
Algerian cavalry attached to the French Army, escorting a group of German prisoners taken in fighting in the west of Belgium.
Paris World Fair 1889
A Senegalese tirailleurs lieutenant born in St-Louis, Senegal. He’s 38 years old in this picture and he’s seen wearing his Legion d’Honneur.
French Senegalese skirmisher’s ‘Coupe-coupe’
The standard-issue machete of French Colonial infantry during both World Wars, made c.1939.
That looks like a pretty efficient trench weapon.
French 53ème RIC soldiers, with the second man from the left wearing a coupe-coupe.
French colonial troops 1870
Departure of Senegalese for France
insigne metallique du 1 bataillon de tirailleurs senegalais de somali