Even four decades after his death, Bruce Lee remains one of the most influential popular culture icons in the world. In 1999, Lee was named one of Time magazine’s 100 most influential people of the century.
Senegalese soldiers after a long stay on the first line. Of 212,000 French Africans recruited during World War I, 163,000 served on the Western Front. Of these some 30,000 died for France. In 1918 alone 60,000 Africans joined the colors.