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France Surrendered because they wanted to save the Eiffel Tower!
It really was not France that surrendered it was the leader of the French who surrendered. The French were furious with him and at the end of the war they tried him in a court for doing what he did. The French wanted to drive the Germans out of their country. During the war they had an exceptionally strong Underground Resistance and the Free French in Britain helped to win WWII.

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