Alliance Française

Kucera, Joshua
October 2005
New Republic;10/17/2005, Vol. 233 Issue 16, p46
Reviews the author's experience aboard the French warship "Premier Maître L'Her" and discusses France's role in the war on terror. Review of how France is an active military ally in the war on terror; Description of the food on board the warship; View of officers aboard the ship that the French public is barely aware that their navy is cooperating with the United States.


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