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Military occupation of France

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Military occupation of France

Military occupations of France by foreign military forces controlling some or all of its territory have occurred several times during the history of that country. These include:

See also

  • Zone occupée (occupied zone) in parts of western and northern France, administered by the Militärverwaltung in Frankreich
  • Zone libre (free zone) in parts of southern France, where the rump state known as Vichy France was established until occupied in 1942
  • Zone interdite (forbidden zone) may refer either to the zone with restricted access to civilians along the Atlantic coast or the zone forbidden for refugees to return to.
  • Alsace-Lorraine re-annexed by Germany during World War II
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