Who did not support the Popular Front in France during the mid-1930s?
 France was considered among the Allied powers, even though the country was under German occupation, 1940-1944.  The people of France largely considered their country so. This was shown by the widespread popular and Resistance support to General DeGaulle's consistent public opposition to Marechal Petain's surrender to Germany.
During the Revolutionary War, France was already at war with Great Britain. Benjamin Franklin served as an ambassidor to France and convinced them to assist us. Since that time France and the US have supported each other. General Pershing, commander of the American Expeditionary Forces, on landing in France during World War 1, stated, "Lafayette, we are here!" in recognition of the debt the Americans have felt to the support of the French during our…