Dunkirk, or the forced brexit of 1940

Great story in The Atlantic about a counterfactual course of events in the WW2 after Dunkirk. It has been found out for the first time that Churchill and De Gaulle were ready to sign for a Anglo-French Union in June 1940 with the Germans already in Paris, but they were apparently a week late for the French Government of Reynaud to accept it. Instead, came out a Franco-German agreement of sorts, and the rest is … History.


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