There was fleeing to unoccupied France, maybe US or other areas but I doubt after 1939. Leaving France in 1940-44 was very difficult. A few people managed to flee through Spain to Portugal and then on to the U.S. This was very tricky as Spain, though neutral, was friendly to the Axis. Another possiblity was sometimes going to a French colony, but the only links were with colonies loyal to the Vichy r
France was invaded by Germany during World War II.
Germany invaded France during World War II.
France was on the Allies side during the second world war. However, Germany invaded France early in the war.
France fought during World War 1 because Germany attacked France and France fought back.
why were France and Germany rivals during world war 1? plzz email back
Italian occupation of France during World War II was created in 1940.
Italian occupation of France during World War II ended in 1943.
same for all Jews in ww11
France didn't even rule France during World War 2, let alone occupy any other countries.
Vichy, France was the provisional capital of France during World War 2. More: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vichy_France#Vichy_government
It was Germany,that invaded the Benelux countries and France during World War II.
france was invaded by Germany and Italy during world war 2
They invaded Normandy France.
France was invaded in May.
too many to count.. lol
They were in the Battle of France in which they fought the Germans and France lost
Charles de Gaulle was the major military leader of France during World War 2.
It all depends on where you live. Some parts of the world are so far away from France that it is not possible to get to France in one day.
The president of France is Raymond Poincare during WW1