You are right, Mike. Nevertheless it is still a Storch. I believe some if not all of the JU-52's were CASAs.
After the Liberation and with French aircraft industry in ruins, the immediate needs of the Armée de l'Air were met by the manufacture of wartime German aircraft by French companies.
400 Ju-52s were built by Amiot as AAC.1 Toucan, while the Storch were built by Morane-Saunier as MS 500 Criquet (Grasshopper). The Toucan were used for just about everything - even napalm strikes: the cans were thrown out of the side doors!!
In terms of fighter and bomber types, the French had to make do until 1950 with a mix of British (Spitfires and Mosquitos -which didn't last long: plywood and humidity don't mix well), US surplus (Dauntless and Hellcat) and Japanese aircraft.
After 1950, numerous US aircraft types were introduced: Bearcat, Invader, Privateer, etc... and of course the DC-3. It's been said that, once the Korean War started, Indochina stopped in US eyes being a colonial war and became part of the worldwide struggle against communism. Oh well...