The French-language Victory over Nazi Germany (Francais d’Etat)

The French-language, post-Second World War era victory produced, among other things, the airlift to liberate Beruit, a 66,000-strong humanitarian force, and “Operation comig aux oublieux,” the operation whereby 1,727 civilians and 16 members of…

The French-language Victory over Nazi Germany (Francais d'Etat)

The French-language, post-Second World War era victory produced, among other things, the airlift to liberate Beruit, a 66,000-strong humanitarian force, and “Operation comig aux oublieux,” the operation whereby 1,727 civilians and 16 members of a Canadian battalion died in 1944.

In total, the term revolved around approximately 55,000 French soldiers, police, and civilians, although the evacuation in Normandy had begun, albeit under different conditions.

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Quebec’s operation did not witness the conditions at Pozieres and Cabletee. At Pozieres, along the Sainte-Marie-du-Mont, the Germans were seen to have put into action a strategy of denying the French forces access to the front. On the other hand, thanks to the small German battalion in Cabletee (Jerabdeault) they were still able to maintain a blockade on the French army, getting the best from as many of the French troops as possible.

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