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0079520
FERDINAND FOCH (1851-1929).
French soldier. Oil over a photograph, n.d.
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0622384
WWI: CARTOON, 1918.
'And this is no scrap of paper.' Comment on the close of World War I from the New York Herald, depicting French Marshal Foch presenting Germany with a demand for reparations on the point of his sword. Cartoon by William Allen Rogers, 7 November 1918.
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0620207
JOHN JOSEPH PERSHING
(1860-1948). American army commander. With French Marshal Ferdinand Foch. Photograph, 1917 or 1918.
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0409237
WORLD WAR I: BATON, 1918.
French President Poincare presenting the Marshal's Baton to General Foch, France. Photograph, August 1918.
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0622376
ARMISTICE RAILROAD CAR.
The railroad car in which the armistice that ended World War I was signed, on display at the Cour des Invalides in Paris, France. Photograph, c1925.
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0073096
FOCH LEAVING COMPIEGNE.
Marshal Foch and his accompaniement leaving Compiegne to inform French government about the armistice with Germany. Front row from right: Marriot, Marschal Foch, R. Wemyss, Weygand, G. Hope. Back row from right: de Mierry, Desticker, Riedinger and the interpreter Laperche, 11.11.1918.
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0128219
WORLD WAR I.
A session of the inter-allied-conference at Versailles in order to determine regulations for a upcoming ceasefire agreement with Germany.
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0114482
WORLD WAR I: FRENCH POSTER.
'For the Last Quarter Hour.. Help Me!' General Ferdinand Foch (1851-1929), Commander in Chief of the Allied forces, overseeing his troops as they march across a battlefield. French lithograph poster, 1918, encouraging citizens to subscribe to the National Defense Loan.
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0166566
WWI: TREATY NEGOTIATIONS.
Meeting at the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs at Quai D'Orsay, Paris. Under clock are American and French presidents Woodrow Wilson and Raymond Poincaré. Next to Wilson is Robert Lansing. Also seated: Edward House, David Lloyd George, Arthur Balfour, Andrew Bonar Law. At left: Georges Clemenceau, Stépen Pichon, Ferdinand Foch.
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0409189
WORLD WAR I: REVIEW, c1919. Marshal Foch with Generals Castelnau and Fayolle on horseback reviewing lines of French troops passing through Strasbourg, France. Photograph, c1919.
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0409238
WORLD WAR I: BATON, 1918.
General Henri Petain being presented with the Marshal's Baton. In attendence is Marshal Joffre, Marshal Foch, General Pershing and General Haig in Metz, France. Photograph, November 1918.
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0622275
FERDINAND FOCH (1851-1929).
French soldier. Meeting with the German representatives in Trier, France before the Paris Peace Conference. Photograph, 16 January 1919. Full Credit: Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC. All Rights Reserved.
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0174074
PARIS: AVENUE FOCH, c1900.
View of Avenue Foch in Paris, France. Postcard, c1900. Full credit: Bourgeron - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
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0037440
PERSHING & FOCH, 1918.
French commander of Allied forces, Ferdinand Foch (1851-1929), and American Army Officer, John Joseph Pershing (1860-1948), photographed in the library of Pershing's quarters in France, 1918.
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0409103
WORLD WAR I: ARMISTICE.
The spot in the forest where the Armistice was signed, with the train that served as Marshal Foch's headquarters on the left and the German's train on the right, Compiegne, France. Photograph, 1918.
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0030494
FERDINAND FOCH (1851-1929).
French soldier. Photographed in 1918.
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0042529
FERDINAND FOCH (1851-1929).
French soldier. Photograph, n.d.
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0409127
ARMISTICE, 1918.
Marshal Foch carrying the signed Armistice preparing to take the train to Paris, France. Photograph, 1918.
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0407883
WORLD WAR I: WESTERN FRONT.
Map depicting the battle line when the German offensive of March 21, 1918 was launched, the furthest point reached in that advance, and the territory recovered by August 21st during the counterattack led by Marshal Ferdinand Foch.
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0409101
WORLD WAR I: ARMISTICE.
Meeting of the German armistice delgates with Marshal Foch in the Marshal's railroad car. Allied representatives are Marshal Foch, Admiral Wemyss, General Weygand, and probably General Rhodes. German delegates are Erzberger, General von Guendell, General von Winterfeld and von Oberndorff in Rethondes, France. Illustration, c1916.
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0068718
FERDINAND FOCH (1851-1929).
French soldier. Photographed with General Joffre (left) during World War I.
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0325863
AMERICAN LEGION, 1921.
Left to right: Lieutenant General Baron Jacques of Belgium, Armando Diaz of Italy, U.S. President Calvin Coolidge, Ferdinand Foch of France, U.S. Army General John J. Pershing, and Admiral David Richard Beatty of England. At the National Convention of the American Legion in Kansas City, Missouri, 1921. Stereograph.
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0370426
FERDINAND FOCH (1851-1929).
French soldier. Photograph, c1915.
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0030495
FERDINAND FOCH (1851-1929).
French soldier. Photographed during World War I.
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0032582
WORLD WAR I: ALLIED FORCES.
From left, General Henri Philippe Petain, French commander in chief; Marshal Joseph Joffre of France; Marshal Ferdinand Foch of France, Allied Supreme Commander; Field Marshal Sir Douglas Haig, British Expeditionary Force commander; and General John J. Pershing, American Expeditionary Force commander, 1918.
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0325864
AMERICAN LEGION, 1921.
Left to right: Lieutenant General Baron Jacques of Belgium, Armando Diaz of Italy, U.S. President Calvin Coolidge, Ferdinand Foch of France, U.S. Army General John J. Pershing, and Admiral David Richard Beatty of England. At the National Convention of the American Legion in Kansas City, Missouri, 1921. Stereograph.
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0032593
FERDINAND FOCH & GENERALS.
Marshal Ferdinand Foch of France, Allied Supreme Commander, with his generals Joseph Joffre, Paul Maistre, and Louis Ernest de Maud'huy, during World War I.
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0128220
WORLD WAR I.
A session of the inter-aliied-conference at Versailles in order to determine regulations for a upcoming ceasefire agreement with Germany.
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0194780
FERDINAND FOCH.
Foch, Ferdinand - Marshal, France *02.10.1851-20.03.1929+ Cover page of French paper 'L Illustration' rom the 26.05.1923, photograph of the arrival of Foch in Hradec Kralove (Czechoslovakia), women in national costumes waving hands - 20.05.1925 Vintage property of ullstein bild 01016542.
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0110907
WORLD WAR I: ARMISTICE, 1918.
Front page of the French newspaper 'Le Matin,' 12 November 1918, announcing the prevous day's signing of the armistice that ended World War I, and featuring portraits of two French national heros, Premier Georges Clemenceau, and Marshal Ferdinand Foch.
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0174069
PARIS: AVENUE FOCH, 1913.
Avenue Foch in Paris, France with a view of the Arc de Triomphe in the background. Postcard, 1913. Full credit: Bourgeron - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
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0142809
GENERAL CHARLES DE GAULLE.
french president de Gaulle in front of marechal Foch war memorial april 5, 1960. Full credit: AGIP - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All rights rese
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0084708
WORLD WAR ONE: ARMISTICE.
Signing of the armistice between the Allied forces and Germany aboard a railroad car at Compiegne, France, 11 November 1918. From left: Ernst Vanselow, Alfred von Oberndorff, Detlev von Winterfeldt, John Arthur Ransome Marriott, Matthias Erzberger, Rosslyn Wemyss, Ferdinand Foch, and Maxime Weygand.
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0084707
WORLD WAR ONE: ARMISTICE.
French Marshal Ferdinand Foch (second from right, holding satchel) traveling to Paris, France, with the armistice papers signed by the Allied forces and Germany at Compiegne, France, on 11 November 1918.
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0174070
PARIS: AVENUE FOCH, c1900.
Avenue Foch in Paris, France with a view of the Arc de Triomphe in the background. Postcard, c1900. Full credit: Bourgeron - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
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0174064
PARIS: AVENUE FOCH, 1914.
View of Avenue Foch. In the background is the Arc de Triomphe. Postcard, 1914. Full credit: Bourgeron - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All rights re
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0174075
PARIS: AVENUE FOCH, 1909.
People walking along Avenue Foch with a view of the Arc de Triomphe in the backgound. Postcard, 1909. Full credit: Bourgeron - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
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0402918
THEATER PERFORMANCE. 
Du Gourdron et des Plumes, at The Barbican, inspired by John Steinbeck’s 1937 novel Of Mice and Men. Production conceived and directed by Mathurin Bolze, and original music by Philippe Foch and Jérôme Fêvre. Presented in association with London International Mime Festival. Shows Tom Neal on stage, 26 January 2011(opening night).
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0402916
THEATER PERFORMANCE. 
Du Gourdron et des Plumes, at The Barbican, inspired by John Steinbeck’s 1937 novel Of Mice and Men. Production conceived and directed by Mathurin Bolze, and original music by Philippe Foch and Jérôme Fêvre. Presented in association with London International Mime Festival, 26 January 2011(opening night). Full credit: Tristram K
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0402921
THEATER PERFORMANCE. 
Du Gourdron et des Plumes, at The Barbican, inspired by John Steinbeck’s 1937 novel Of Mice and Men. Production conceived and directed by Mathurin Bolze, and original music by Philippe Foch and Jérôme Fêvre. Presented in association with London International Mime Festival. Shows Mathurin Bolze (behind) and Maroussia Diaz Verbeke
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