Army of Moselle.
United Armies of Moselle, the Ardennes, and the North.
Army of Sambre and Meuse.
In France, we call that un inventaire à la Prévert (a Prevert-like inventory). Named after the 20-century French poet Jacques Prévert and his most famous poem. If you ever hear a French speaking about ratons-laveurs (racoons) while the conversation is not about wildlife, odds are high this person is implicitly quoting the poem.