French airmen of Antillean or African origin

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All the lists present the following data:
Name and (when known) first name are presented with arbitrary choice for the spelling (russian, german, arab names...).
RANK of the pilot: see the rank page for the meaning of the abbreviations and the equivalence.
According to the pages, COUNTRY, NATION for the nationality or ethnic origin, AIR_SERVICE for the air arm, are provided.
The number of victories represents usually the total of kills (individual plus shared). The shared kills are indicated when known under the form [indiv+shared]. The official score is indicated when different from the total (American and British scores of ww2 for example).
Authors of the SOURCES column are given; report to the bibliography page to find the books, articles, web pages in alphabetical order. The OTHER_SOURCES column presents the divergent scores with sometimes the author of the source.
The DETAIL column shows occasionally the type of kill, balloons, V-1s, ground kills, unconfirmed kills...
The NOTE column exposes different commentaries and for lack of space, abbreviations are used: report to the abbreviation page for their meaning.

Updated: 01/09/2022

S/LtRogerSAUVAGE16[3+13]T. PolakGCI/5, ECMJ 1/16, GC3'Normandie'26/09/1977Potez 631, 1940. Yak ace, Russia.3+11 (Ehr.-List.)
AdCJean Alfred CélicourtDANIEL1[0+1] Bf109 by gunner)GBI/1131/05/1940Leo451 pilot, 1940. KIA.2
SM2Raymon BabylasAMAURY0AC218/06/1940Bloch MB.151 pilot 1940, KIA.
Table: French airmen of Antillean or African origin

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