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* LesCollaborateurs: While Pétain dies of a heart attack, some opportunistic politicians such as Laval and far-right ideologues such as Drieu La Rochelle do offer their assistance to the occupying Germans.



* LesCollaborateurs: While Pétain dies of a heart attack, some opportunistic politicians such as Laval and far-right ideologues such as Drieu La Rochelle do offer their assistance to the occupying Germans.
* LaResistance: It becomes a matter of concern to the Germans much earlier, thanks to the legitimate French government-in-exile openly encouraging it.


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* LaResistance: It becomes a matter of concern to the Germans much earlier, thanks to the legitimate French government-in-exile openly encouraging it.


* LaResistance: It begins earlier, thanks to the legitimate French government-in-exile openly encouraging it.

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* LaResistance: It begins becomes a matter of concern to the Germans much earlier, thanks to the legitimate French government-in-exile openly encouraging it.


''1940: et si la France avait continué la guerre?'' (''1940: What if France kept going during the war?'') is an AlternateHistory book by Jacques Sapir, Frank Stora and Loïc Mahé, published in 2010 and based on the WebOriginal ''France Fights On'' a.k.a. the ''Fantasque Time Line''. It relates an alternate UsefulNotes/WorldWarII in which France doesn't sign an armistice with Germany, but instead evacuates its military, its apparatus of government and its essential industrial personnel to North Africa to continue the war from overseas.

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''1940: et si la France avait continué la guerre?'' (''1940: What if France kept going during fighting the war?'') is an AlternateHistory book by Jacques Sapir, Frank Stora and Loïc Mahé, published in 2010 and based on the WebOriginal ''France Fights On'' a.k.a. the ''Fantasque Time Line''. It relates an alternate UsefulNotes/WorldWarII in which France doesn't sign an armistice with Germany, but instead evacuates its military, its apparatus of government and its essential industrial personnel to North Africa to continue the war from overseas.


''1940: et si la France avait continué la guerre?'' is an AlternateHistory book by Jacques Sapir, Frank Stora and Loïc Mahé, published in 2010 and based on the WebOriginal ''France Fights On'' a.k.a. the ''Fantasque Time Line''. It relates an alternate UsefulNotes/WorldWarII in which France doesn't sign an armistice with Germany, but instead evacuates its military, its apparatus of government and its essential industrial personnel to North Africa to continue the war from overseas.

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''1940: et si la France avait continué la guerre?'' (''1940: What if France kept going during the war?'') is an AlternateHistory book by Jacques Sapir, Frank Stora and Loïc Mahé, published in 2010 and based on the WebOriginal ''France Fights On'' a.k.a. the ''Fantasque Time Line''. It relates an alternate UsefulNotes/WorldWarII in which France doesn't sign an armistice with Germany, but instead evacuates its military, its apparatus of government and its essential industrial personnel to North Africa to continue the war from overseas.


* ShoutOut: Various tongue-in-cheek references to real history pepper the narrative. For example, Reynaud's mistress fatal car accident takes place in the same circumstances as that of Lady Diana's.

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* ShoutOut: ShoutOut / AllohistoricalAllusion: Various tongue-in-cheek references to real history pepper the narrative. For example, Reynaud's mistress fatal car accident takes place in the same circumstances as that of Lady Diana's.


''1940: et si la France avait continué la guerre?'' is an AlternateHistory book by Jacques Sapir, Frank Stora and Loïc Mahé, published in 2010 and based on the WebOriginal ''France Fights On'' a.k.a. the ''Fantasque Time Line''. It relates an alternate WW2 in which France doesn't sign an armistice with Germany, but instead evacuates its military, its apparatus of government and its essential industrial personnel to North Africa to continue the war from overseas.

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''1940: et si la France avait continué la guerre?'' is an AlternateHistory book by Jacques Sapir, Frank Stora and Loïc Mahé, published in 2010 and based on the WebOriginal ''France Fights On'' a.k.a. the ''Fantasque Time Line''. It relates an alternate WW2 UsefulNotes/WorldWarII in which France doesn't sign an armistice with Germany, but instead evacuates its military, its apparatus of government and its essential industrial personnel to North Africa to continue the war from overseas.


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