In 1940, the historian Marc Bloch analyzed hot-the battle of France as a "strange defeat". Indeed, how, after months of "funny of war", France had undergone such a fast, if total meltdown in a month only to face the armies of Hitler? At eighty years of distance, this defeat seems to have been less strange than expected. Helped of the best specialists in military history, The Figaro Story traces the race to the bottom began with the peace treaties of 1919 and deciphers the causes of the disaster to come, of the unpreparedness and mistakes of the command to the military superiority of German, passing by the ambiguous role played by the allies of France. A great record for all to understand a central event of the Twentieth century.
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