Who led the free french forces during world war three?
World War Three hasn't happened yet.
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Mostly any of the Allied forces fought with the French. Often if allied aircraft crashed in a German occupied land, the French forces known as the "Maquis" would assist them in escape, so the French were accepted as a valuable ally to most all the "good guys" UK forces seemed to most often work with Frech forces.
Did France have colonies during world war 2 and if so what were they and how did they react during the war if not was France trying to get colonies?
Yes France had colonies during World War 2. Some of the colonies joined the Vichy Free French and some joined the axis forces (via the Vichy Free French). Most of the French Colonies chose to go against France once the Nazis took over France and the Vichy Free French was formed. They allied themselves with the Allied Forces instead. The colonies were French-Indochina (Viet Nam - allied with the Allied Forces); Chad, French Congo and…
The Jedburghs were the precursors of the Special Forces during WWII. They were made up of three man teams of American, British, and French volunteers. They parachuted behind German lines and worked with the French Resistance. There's an excellent book:" The Jedburghs" by Lt. Col. Will Irwin (Ret.) published in 2005.
The Free French Forces (Forces Françaises Libres in French) were French fighters in World War II, who decided to continue fighting against Axis forces after the surrender of France and German occupation, following the call of General De Gaulle, and the de jure government ('Free French Government') of France in exile as of June 18, 1940.
During World War Two in May-June 1940, as the German invasion of France was succeeding in defeating the Allied forces in France & the Low Countries, some British, Dutch, Belgian and French (air, ground, and naval) units escaped from the continent to England before France & the Low Countries surrendered. The French forces that escaped to England would become known to the Allies as the "Free French" forces. Also some other French units from around…
The entire French Armed Forces until the country was forced into an armistice in 1940 and from then, within France itself, the French resistance; and outside France the Free French forces (led by de Gaulle). A number of French colonies like French Equatorial Africa joined de Gaulle's fight, while others like French Indochina were soon attacked by the Japanese or remained loyal to the fascist (Vichy) government which controlled southern France.
The scene of the evacuation of Allied (mainly British) forces from France during World War II in 1940 was the Channel Coast of France at a port called Dunkirk. Having been pushed back then surrounded by advancing German ground-troops, the majority of the British and French forces trapped at Dunkirk escaped to sea in a daring and largely successful series of day- and night-evacuations.
France had several. When the Americans landed in Morocco, a French army fought against them and defeated an American army. Then General Charles De Gaulle sided with the Americans and had his French army fight for the Americans. At that point he was put in charge of all French forces fighting for the allies. The French forces consisted of about 200,000 solders from Morocco and 400,000 solders from Algeria. France had been captured by Germany.
To the best of my knowledge, I don't believe that the Allied forces (I assume that you mean during World War II) used Beethoven's Fifth regularly as a sign of victory. However, Fate was used as the signal for Allied forces to prepare to invade Normandy on D-Day. It was played on French radio after a poem, which was the signal for the French resistance, and was the intended signal for the Normandy landings.
US forces landed in strength during "Operation Torch" in Algeria and Morocco in November 1942 together with British and Commonwealth troops. The forces then moved East to Morrocco where they eventually met up with the British 8th Army that had advanced from Egypt across Libya. During WW2 there was fighting in Ethiopia (Abyssinia), Somaliland, Northern Kenya, French West Africa and Madagascar. US forces only participated in the Morocco and Algerian limited action against French Vichy…