WW1 Leaders - French Generals - WW1 Information

WW1 Leaders - French Generals - WW1 Information

1. General Maunoury (Lorraine Army. later 6th Army)

General Maunoury (Lorraine Army. later 6th Army).


2. General Antboine (4th, later 1st Army).

 
General Antboine (4th, later 1st Army).


3. General Degoutte (first 2nd infantry division, later 6th Army).


General Degoutte (first 2nd infantry division, later 6th Army).


4. General Maud'hui (first 18th corps, later 7th Army.)


General Maud'hui (first 18th corps, later 7th Army.)


5. General d'Urbal, Assistant of Maud'hui (10th Army Belgian Group).


General d'Urbal, Assistant of Maud'hui (10th Army Belgian Group).


6. General Hely d'Oissel (36th corps), distinguished himself particularly in aiding the British at the taking of Lens.


General Hely d'Oissel (36th corps), distinguished himself particularly in aiding the British at the taking of Lens.


7. General de Villaret (corps of the 6th Army).


General de Villaret (corps of the 6th Army).


8. General d'Amade (Alpine Army, later Gallipoli - Expedition).


General d'Amade (Alpine Army, later Gallipoli - Expedition).



9. General Gouraud took d'Amade's place in Gallipoli, later took over the 4th Army on the 2nd Marne 1918.


General Gouraud took d'Amade's place in Gallipoli, later took over the 4th Army on the 2nd Marne 1918.


10. Admiral Bour de Lapeyrere, Commandant of the Anglo-French Mediterranean Fleet (Dardanelles).


Admiral Bour de Lapeyrere, Commandant of the Anglo-French Mediterranean Fleet (Dardanelles).


11. General Berthelot, Chief of the Military Mission in Roumania, at the Battle of the Marne (1918) 5th Army, later Danube Army.


General Berthelot, Chief of the Military Mission in Roumania, at the Battle of the Marne (1918) 5th Army, later Danube Army.


12. General Aymerich, Commandant of the French troops in Africa.


General Aymerich, Commandant of the French troops in Africa.


13. General Buat, Chief of the General Staff of the North and North-Eastern Army.


General Buat, Chief of the General Staff of the North and North-Eastern Army.


14. General Mordacq, distinguished himself most particularly at the taking of the position east of Auberive (April 1917).


General Mordacq, distinguished himself most particularly at the taking of the position east of Auberive (April 1917).


15. General Henrys, Commandant of the French Army at Salonica


General Henrys, Commandant of the French Army at Salonica


16. General Duval, Commandant of the French air flotille.


General Duval, Commandant of the French air flotille.


17. Admiral Lacaze, Naval-Minister (October 1915 December 1916).


Admiral Lacaze, Naval-Minister (October 1915 December 1916).


18. General Lyautey, Minister of War in December 1916.


General Lyautey, Minister of War in December 1916.

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Excerpt from the book: Ратни албум (War Album) 1914-1918
Author: Андра Поповић (Andra Popovic),
Belgrade, 1926

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