Haha, it's a matter of opinion. But France in mine, because they not got taken over by the Germans and became Vichy France, but then also allied with the Germans when they saw that the take over was imminent. Then, when the US came to fight the German occupation, France switched sides yet again, allying with the US. -Linds
The allies wanted the Germans to believe the invasion was to take place at where rather than Normandy?
The assumption made in the question is not accurate. The Germans annexed Alsace and Lorraine from France in 1871 after the Franco-Prussian War of 1870-71, mainly for strategic reasons and the area was heavily German-speaking. They did not take it during WW1, however. France annexed the territory after WW1.
because the French signed the Armistice and surrending. The Armistice did several things to France - it divided France into two zones, the occupied zone by the Germans and the non occupied zone which was controlled by the french government in Vichy. - the Germans occupied 3/5 of France (northen, western and the whole entire Alantic coast. - the surrender of all the Jews living in France were given to the Germans - the French…