Originally Posted by mmarsh
The French Military never surrendered in WWII, only the government. The military took off for North Africa, the UK and Russia.
Did you know that UK troops, the French Legion and Norway caused several major problems for the German Army in the city of Narvik in the North Of Norway? This battle is considered as the first draw back for the German war machine in the second world war - unfortunately the British gouvernment decided to abandon the Norwegian theatre where as the Norwegian troops surrendered after two weeks of heavy fightings.
Anyways when it cmes to Poland I agree with Charge 7
. The Poles ought to know something was going on.