Why the Actions of Vichy France Were Helpful to the ALLIED Cause During World War II


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This thesis explores how the initial defeat of the French army in June 1940 would eventually allow the Vichy French time to aid the Allies in the defeat of Germany. Subsequent request by Marshal Pétain for an armistice with Nazi Germany was followed by a collaboration with the Nazi regime with the attempt to maintain some degree of French National Sovereignty.


Tommy Coleman

Joseph T. Coleman (Tommy) received a BA degree in history from The Citadel, a MA degree in Military history from Norwich University and a MA degree in Education from the University of Phoenix.

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