[fosh; French fawsh]
- Fer·di·nand [fer-dee-nahn] /fɛr diˈnɑ̃/, 1851–1929, French marshal.
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On the afternoon of the 29th I went to Cassel and had a long conference with Foch.
I was anxious to know what support Foch could give me in the north.
Then at dawn on the third day, Foch struck like a thunderbolt!Army Boys on the Firing Line
This tribunal can only have notice by denunciations, which has occurred only with Foch.A History of the Inquisition of Spain; vol. 3
Henry Charles Lea
Joffre had made the weak point and Foch had delivered the blow.The Wonder of War on Land
- Ferdinand (fɛrdinɑ̃). 1851–1929, marshal of France; commander in chief of Allied armies on the Western front in World War I (1918)
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