Definition of Foch, Ferdinand in English:

Foch, Ferdinand

Syllabification: Foch, Ferdinand
Pronunciation: /fôSH
 
/
( 1851–1929), French general. He supported the use of offensive warfare, which resulted in many of his 20th Corps being killed at the start of World War I in August 1914.

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