I've always enjoyed reading about the Airborne, and when I came across this pamphlet it looked immediately interesting. It was printed in England (1940-1943 or so) for distribution (I guess) in occupied France or to the French in exile, and possibly for recruit (but at least for a hearts and minds campaign to show that France was fighting back). It tells quite a story in its pictures, which to me shows men trying to do as much as they can with, well basically nothing.
The pamphlet shows up nowhere, not even in the massive 70-million item librarians' reference database, the OCLC. So I decided to scan the whole (short) thing and make it available. Enjoy. [The original is also offered for sale in our blog bookstore, here.]