Philippe Leclerc was the leader of the French Army during World War II. Leclerc is thought to the greatest French military leader in the Second World War. His desert campaigns and his drive on Paris in 1944 are still immortalized in French history.
Charles de Gaulle.
Charles de Gaulle .
Charles De Gaulle .
Charles De GaulleThe acknowledged leader of the Free French was Charles de Gaulle. He later became President of France,
The U.S., Great Britain, Canada, British Commonwealth, Free French, Free Polish and French Underground. Underground activity and heavy losses are often overlooked!
Henri Giraud was one of the leaders in the French Underground, during world war II - after the USA. occupied Paris, Henri Giraud was selected to be the new leader of the French Government, however, Charles de Gaulle wanted the position, and so it was agreed there would be an election, with the loser would dropping out of the politics of France.
No one. It has been designated a museum since 1797.
No. The Maginot Line - a line of fortifications was built by the French in the 1920s and 1930s between the two World Wars.
they were able to supply information, they were able to help downed airmen back to Britain.
There was no single leader during WW1. Each country had their own leader.
At the start it was Sir John French & for most of the war it was Douglas Haig.
Joseph Stalin was a communist leader of the USSR during World War 2.
Adolf Hitler was the dictator during World War II. He was the leader of the German during that time.
The leader of the Free French was Général Charles de Gaulle.
Kaiser Wilhelm was the leader of world war 1
The leader of the SS during WW2 was Heinrich Himmler .
Adolf Hitler was the Nazis dictator who was the leader of Germany during World War II.
The French used the franc during World War II.
The leader for England during World War 1 was King George V. The leader of the United States was President Woodrow Wilson.
Vladimir Lenin was the Communist leader during the last few months of World War 1
The leader was Anton A. Mussert.
Charles de Gaulle was the leader of the French government in exile during World War II. He was also in charge of the Resistance Movement that battled the Germans during that time.
Raymond Poincare was the French President of 1914.