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Bombed hangar at Mourmelon-le-Grand, France after a German attack on the airfield, 14 May 1940; note wreck of a Miles Magister and at least two Fairey Battle aircraftGerman soldiers with a 7.5cm le.IG 18 infantry gun, Maginot Line, France, May 1940
Bombed hangar at Mourmelon-le-Grand, France after a German attack on the airfield, 14 May 1940; note wreck of a Miles Magister and at least two Fairey Battle aircraftGerman soldiers with a 7.5cm le.IG 18 infantry gun, Maginot Line, France, May 1940
French troops and H35 tanks advancing through a damaged village during the invasion of France, 25 May 1940.Calais, France in ruins, France, May 1940
French troops and H35 tanks advancing through a damaged village during the invasion of France, 25 May 1940.Calais, France in ruins, France, May 1940
Destroyed Panhard Type 178 armored car, France, Jun 1940Fritz Todt at Maubeuge, France, Jun 1940
Destroyed Panhard Type 178 armored car, France, Jun 1940Fritz Todt at Maubeuge, France, Jun 1940
German Generalleutnant Kurt Daluege visiting the Ouvrage Hackenberg fortification on the Maginot Line near Thionville, Moselle, France, May 1940; the party was entering the munitions entranceBritish and French troops awaiting evacuation from the beaches of Dunkirk, France, 4 Jun 1940. Page 1 of 2.
German Generalleutnant Kurt Daluege visiting the Ouvrage Hackenberg fortification on the Maginot Line near Thionville, Moselle, France, May 1940; the party was entering the munitions entranceBritish and French troops awaiting evacuation from the beaches of Dunkirk, France, 4 Jun 1940. Page 1 of 2.
British and French troops awaiting evacuation from the beaches of Dunkirk, France, 4 Jun 1940. Page 2 of 2.British Cruiser Mk IV tank on the back of a Scammell tank transporter at Le Neubourg, France, circa 9 Jun 1940
British and French troops awaiting evacuation from the beaches of Dunkirk, France, 4 Jun 1940. Page 2 of 2.British Cruiser Mk IV tank on the back of a Scammell tank transporter at Le Neubourg, France, circa 9 Jun 1940
William Shirer and another journalist reporting on the French surrender, Compiègne, France, 21-22 Jun 1940Adolf Hitler, Hermann Göring, Joachim von Ribbentrop, and others before the railroad car that hosted the French surrender, Compiègne, France, 22 Jun 1940
William Shirer and another journalist reporting on the French surrender, Compiègne, France, 21-22 Jun 1940Adolf Hitler, Hermann Göring, Joachim von Ribbentrop, and others before the railroad car that hosted the French surrender, Compiègne, France, 22 Jun 1940
French Minister of Defense General Charles Huntzinger signing the Franco-German armistice document, Compiègne, France, 22 Jun 1940German soldier standing next to the memorial of the French victory over Germany in 1918, Compiègne, France, 22 Jun 1940
French Minister of Defense General Charles Huntzinger signing the Franco-German armistice document, Compiègne, France, 22 Jun 1940German soldier standing next to the memorial of the French victory over Germany in 1918, Compiègne, France, 22 Jun 1940
Hitler (hand on hip) looking at statue of F. Foch before meeting with French delegation for negotiation of the armistice document, Compiègne, France, 22 Jun 1940; still from 1943 film Keitel in front of the rail car that hosted the German surrender of 1918 and would soon host the French surrender of 1940, Compiègne, France, 22 Jun 1940
Hitler (hand on hip) looking at statue of F. Foch before meeting with French delegation for negotiation of the armistice document, Compiègne, France, 22 Jun 1940; still from 1943 film 'Why We Fight'Keitel in front of the rail car that hosted the German surrender of 1918 and would soon host the French surrender of 1940, Compiègne, France, 22 Jun 1940
L to R: Joachim von Ribbentrop, Wilhelm Keitel, Hermann Göring, Rudolf Heß, Adolf Hitler, and Walther von Brauchitsch before the railroad car that hosted the French surrender, Compiègne, France, 22 Jun 1940Surrender ceremony at Compiègne, France, 22 Jun 1940
L to R: Joachim von Ribbentrop, Wilhelm Keitel, Hermann Göring, Rudolf Heß, Adolf Hitler, and Walther von Brauchitsch before the railroad car that hosted the French surrender, Compiègne, France, 22 Jun 1940Surrender ceremony at Compiègne, France, 22 Jun 1940
Wilhelm Keitel accepting the French surrender from Charles Huntzinger, Compiègne, France, 22 Jun 1940Wilhelm Keitel at the French surrender, Compiègne, France, 22 Jun 1940
Wilhelm Keitel accepting the French surrender from Charles Huntzinger, Compiègne, France, 22 Jun 1940Wilhelm Keitel at the French surrender, Compiègne, France, 22 Jun 1940

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Thomas Dodd, late 1945