Lionel DE MARMIER

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FrenchBorn Alexandre Léonel Pierre DE MARMIER

World War I flying ace credited with six aerial victories in WWI

Born on December 4, 1897 in Bellegarde-en-Marche, France , France

Died on December 30, 1944 in Au Large Des Baléares.

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When the new SPAD XII came out, it was distributed one per French squadron. The "cannon Spad" for their unit was shared between Marmier and his friend Fernand Henri Chavannes; it even bore the shared marking of an 'M' entwined with a 'C'.



Between the wars, he served with the Spanish Republican Air Force from 1936 to 1937.

...   When the new SPAD XII came out, it was distributed one per French squadron. The "cannon Spad" for their unit was shared between Marmier and his friend Fernand Henri Chavannes; it even bore the shared marking of an 'M' entwined with a 'C'.



Between the wars, he served with the Spanish Republican Air Force from 1936 to 1937.



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