THE BEF IN FRANCE 1939-1940: Manning the Front Through to the Dunkirk Evacuation
Through the dispatches presented here, it is possible to read how General Gort made arguable the most important decision of any British commander in the war--to abandon his allies and leave France to be overrun by the Germans. It was a decision that ultimately saved Britain from disaster. Photos.
Publisher: Pen & Sword
Item #: 2783436
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