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Choose from 58 pictures in our Marche collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

Colonel Rollet, French Foreign Legion, France, WW1 Featured Print

Colonel Rollet, French Foreign Legion, France, WW1

Lieutenant-Colonel Paul-Frederic Rollet (1875-1941), General in the French Foreign Legion, Regiment de Marche. Seen here during the First World War, probably at Verdun, northern France, with four others, where the RMLE (Regiment de Marche de la Legion Etrangere) won the legion d'honneur for its regimental flag. Rollet was a legendary figure, known as Le Pere Legion. Date: circa 1917

© Imperial War Museum/Robert Hunt Library/Mary Evans

Captured S.S.Trooper, Belgium Featured Print

Captured S.S.Trooper, Belgium

Soldiers of the 82nd American Airborne Division bring an S.S.Trooper back to Allied lines, captured between Malmedy and Marche during a reconnaissance patrol following the German counter-offensive that became known as the Battle of the Bulge. Date: December 1944

© Robert Hunt Library/Mary Evans

1944, 2nd, 82nd, Airborne, American, Battle, Belgium, Bulge, Captured, Counter, December, Division, German, Historical, History, Ii, Malmedy, Marche, Offensive, Patrol, Reconnaissance, Soldiers, Trooper, War, World, Ww2, Wwii

Marche du Dom Quichotte moderne pour la deffence du Moulin d Featured Print

Marche du Dom Quichotte moderne pour la deffence du Moulin d

The Prince de Condae as Don Quixote on a white horse and vicomte de Mirabeau (Mirabeau Tonneau) as Sancho Panza riding on a barrel-shaped ass on wheels, surrounded by a ragged group of counterrevolutionaries forming Condae's army, riding to the defence of the mill of abuse, a windmill situated in the center background, topped with a bust of Louis XVI. The mill is propelled by gusts of flatulence issuing from an allegorical Fame without trumpet, dressed as a jester. Date 1791

© Mary Evans / Library of Congress