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Bordels Mobiles de Campagne or Bordel Militaire de Campagne both abbreviated to BMC is a French term for the mobile brothels which were used during World War I , Second World War , and First Indochina War to supply prostitution services to French soldiers who were facing combat in areas where brothels were unusual, such as at the front line or in isolated garrisons.
These mobile brothels were in some cases officially organised by the army. They consisted of large trailer trucks in which up to ten women would work. Subsequently, only the Foreign Legion still used them. The BMC in Djibouti was still operating until He was so shocked by the extent of sodomy and rapes committed by the Crusaders, he arranged for a full boat of "girls of joy" to be sent from France. BMCs then arrived in France with the arrival of indigenous units from the colonies.
The military command not wanting indigenous soldiers to have sex with local women,  but especially to try to limit the infection of the troops by venereal diseases , especially syphilis which was hardly curable at the time.
Penicillin was only available from Despite this, four years of war saw the infection of , men. Initially, no official designation is given to the BMCs. The acronym first appeared in the s with the regulation of signs in the French army, and from then BMCs are mentioned in military documents.
Military officials actively provided prostitutes for their troops. It was governed by a law of 1 July , and located at 73 rue de Nazareth, Paris. The prostitutes were volunteers. The military brothels multiplied during the interwar period,  almost every town has a garrison or a regiment with a BMC.