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A battle in [[France]], involving a number of nations including the [[French]]. The French [[Shoeing|lost]], [[Yet Another Occasion When The Slovenly Frogs Were Given A Richly-Deserved Slapping|as usual]].
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A battle in and around [[France]] circa 1940. Didnt last very long. Started 10 May 1940 ... ended 22 June 1940 and even than involves 5 days faffing about by Philippe Pétain. Involving a number of nations including the [[French]] on one side ... and [[Ze Germans]] (as usual) on the other.  
  
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The French [[Shoeing|lost]] when the [[boxhead]]s refused to do what the [[Frog]]s wanted them to (charging blindly into a kill zone that took 20 very obvious years to build). The cunning Boche instead sneaked several [[armour]]ed [[division]]s through some bushes and [[3 Para Mortar Platoon|appeared in their rear]]. Followed by the significantly better fought [[Battle of Britain]].
  
See [[WW2]]
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[[Yet Another Occasion When The Slovenly Frogs Were Given A Richly-Deserved Slapping]].
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See also [[WW2]]
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Latest revision as of 13:45, 9 June 2010

A battle in and around France circa 1940. Didnt last very long. Started 10 May 1940 ... ended 22 June 1940 and even than involves 5 days faffing about by Philippe Pétain. Involving a number of nations including the French on one side ... and Ze Germans (as usual) on the other.

The French lost when the boxheads refused to do what the Frogs wanted them to (charging blindly into a kill zone that took 20 very obvious years to build). The cunning Boche instead sneaked several armoured divisions through some bushes and appeared in their rear. Followed by the significantly better fought Battle of Britain.

Yet Another Occasion When The Slovenly Frogs Were Given A Richly-Deserved Slapping.

See also WW2