Liberian Army Pre-WWII

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Renner aus Schlesien
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Liberian Army Pre-WWII

Post by Renner aus Schlesien » 03 Dec 2017 14:18

Hello, I was doing some research on the Liberian Army recently and discovered the lack of resources that actually give any indication of the equipment/organization of the Liberian Army pre-WWII. Even though Liberia was one of the Allies largest rubber exporting nations after the Dutch East Indies were taken by Japan, and served as a military base for British, American, and French troops, there is very little information regarding the Liberian Army even in very basic fields, such as who it was led by, how large the army was, etc.

Any sort of help or information on this subject would be greatly appreciated!

Thanks

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Re: Liberian Army Pre-WWII

Post by Loïc » 03 Dec 2017 15:20

hello

there were not French troops in this country perceived by their French and British neighbours c.1939 as a true german colony and nazi ally, keeping Germany as major economic partner until 1943

there is already a thread opened about Liberian Army:

viewtopic.php?f=12&t=104131&hilit=liberia

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Re: Liberian Army Pre-WWII

Post by Renner aus Schlesien » 03 Dec 2017 17:30

Thanks

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