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War in the West, The Battle of France, May-June, 1940

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Originally published at the height of World War II, this book provides an in-depth analysis of how and why France was beaten by Germany in May and June of 1940.

Author Daniel Vilfroy closely examines both the French and German tactics and strategies employed during this period, and also explores the pre-war “Crisis of Art of War in France,” the life of French soldiers in 1940, and discusses in detail the nature of modern warfare.

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