There is a war-mongering syndicate at work.
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Someone seems determined to prevent peace and keep wars going in order to sell arms at higher prices to both sides. Nobody knows who they are but the syndicate seems very wealthy and organised. There is a slender lead--one of the syndicate's pilots has been captured and he is a deserter from the French Foreign Legion.
And many of the recent deserters of the Legion seem to have aviation backgrounds. So Marcel, Biggles and Ginger become legionnaires on the trail of the war-mongers. Note: The sections below contain spoilers.
Biggles Foreign Legionnaire by W. E. Johns was first published in by Hodder and Stoughton. It was the 50th Biggles book to be published. There have . Biggles Foreign Legionnaire book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Biggles and Ginger join the Foreign Legion as part of an.
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As the First World War progress, Biggles discovers that air combat is becoming more sophisticated and only the smartest survive; Fighting in the arid conditions of the desert is a desperate business, as Biggles and his men find out when they arrive to set up a secret oasis base; Biggles and Ginger enlist in the French Foreign Legion in North Africa to crack down on an international crime ring in its midst. Review This Product No reviews yet - be the first to create one!
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