4 edition of My Days Of Adventure Or The Fall Of France, 1870-71 found in the catalog.
February 23, 2004
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||236|
The Fall of France. By Dr Gary Sheffield Last updated Not until D-Day, 6 June , did a major British army return to France. The legacy for France itself was complex. Resistance. This book recounts the last attempt by the Government of National Defence to reverse the outcome of the Franco-Prussian War, as Leon Gambetta launched the Army of the East under General Charles Bourbaki, the former commander of the Imperial Guard, in a desperate attack on the German lines of communication in South-Eastern : Quintin Barry.
"The debate on the Fall of France has gone on ever since , but now at least it is possible to view the event with greater serenity, and abandon the tone of polemic and accusation." (page 4) First Jackson tells the story of the invasion, breaking it down into four narrative chapters that explore it from a different angle. troduction The collapse of France in the summer of astonished the world. France had been victorious in and, to counteract the fragility of the border with Germany, had made herself the dominant power in Europe. However, World War I (the “Great War”) had changed France’s military doctrine from offensive to defensive, resulting in the construction of the Maginot Line.
Superb, highly accessible revisionist study of Germany’s swift defeat of France in and its wide-ranging implications, then and now. The fall of France was by no means inevitable, writes Jackson (History/Univ. of Swansea; France: The Years –, not reviewed), although “the longer term decline of French power probably was.”At the beginning of , the French army . Julian Jackson's The Fall of France: The Nazi Invasion of covers the period from May through June , when France swiftly and ignominiously fell .
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The Fall of France in is one of the pivotal moments of the twentieth century. If the German invasion of France had failed, it is arguable that the war might have ended right there. But the French suffered instead a dramatic and humiliating defeat, a loss that ultimately drew the whole world into war.
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