Ferdinand Foch (1851-1929) was a Marshal of France during World War I.
He was largely responsible for the Allied victory at the first battle of the Marne in September, 1914, and commanded on the North-West front in Octomber 1914-Septermber 1916.
He was appointed commander in chief of the Allied armies in the spring of 1918, and launched the Allied counter-offensive in July that brought about the negotiation of an armistice to end the war.
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Ferdinand Foch was a French soldier and First World War hero.
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