The Invasion of France May 10 - June 22, 1940: Page 4 of 4

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Battle of France - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Philippe Pétain - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Charles de Gaulle - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

1940 : The Battle of France || - Battle of France Timeline

Luftwaffe Aces of the Battle of France

Battles & Campaigns: Battle of France, 1940

THE BATTLE OF FRANCE—situation on 18 May 1940 | NZETC

Armistice in France 1940 WWII

Their Finest Hour - The Churchill Centre

The Fall of France - The Churchill Centre

German Invasion of Western Europe, May 1940


Facts in Review (7/22/1940)
German propaganda distributed in the United States at the Fall of France in 1940. - Democracy at War - The German Invasion of Western Europe, 1940 - Operations
The Canadian War Museum's World War 2 Online Newspaper Archives - After the German occupation of Poland, nothing much happened for month after month. Germany moved suddenly against Denmark and Norway on April 7. Tiny Denmark surrendered under the threat that its capital of Copenhagen would be bombed. The Norwegians, with the help of twelve thousand British and French troops, held out until early June.

Henri-Philippe Petain

BBC - History - Philippe Pétain (1856 - 1951)

Petain was a national hero in France for his role in World War One, but was later discredited as head of the French collaborationist government at Vichy in World War Two.

The World at War - Petain

Charles de Gaulle