One-armed Henri Gouraud, the youngest general of France, was idolized as The Lion of Africa.'

Allen, Jon L.
March 2005
Military History;Mar/Apr2005, Vol. 21 Issue 7, p10
Recalls events in the life of Henri Joseph Eugène Gouraud, a one-armed general of France. Reunion of the 42nd Rainbow Division in Indianapolis, Indiana; Personal and career background of Gouraud; Information on his retirement in 1937; Information on the inscription on his monument.


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