France entered WW2 because they were worried that Germany was going to attack them again, as they did in WW1. Adolf Hitler was swallowing up countries all around Germany, and it was natural to think he would try and conquer France.
Because they wanted to stop Germany
Additional view: France entered WWII because France (and Britain) had previously agreed to support Poland in the event of an attack on that country. In point of fact France actually invaded Germany shortly afterwards, but then pulled out.
France gave Germany an ultimatum to withdraw its troops from Poland. When they received no response from Hitler, France after England declared war on Germany. France decided to keep its obligations to Poland and with Britain as its ally, was forced to declare war on Nazi Germany on September 3, 1939. Hitler had invaded Poland on September 1, 1939.
03 Sept 1939
France was invaded on May 10, 1940 by the Nazis.
3 September 1939
Britain and France declared war on Germany on 3 September 1939
France was invaded by German troops in 1940, surrendered on 24 June 1940.
Italy declared war on France and Britain on 10 June 1940.
Czecoslovakia ceased to exist before France and the UK declared war on Germany.
It didn't enter the war.
nope, dont think so.... :D
France went into World War 2 because Germeny invaded Poland. Poland was an Allie to France.
He was in World War 2 from the very beginning!