The following are articles about the topic of France during World War II:
- Military history of France during World War II history of the French military 1939-1945
- Phoney War, or drôle de guerre ("funny war"), the period of little military activity between the invasion of Poland and April 1940.
- Anglo-French Supreme War Council set up to organize a joint strategy against Germany
- Battle of France - in which the French were defeated and the British evacuated in May and June 1940.
- Free French Forces of the government-in-exile in London, and in France after the Liberation, fighting on the Allies' side from 1940 under general de Gaulle
- Vichy France state established in the non-occupied Zone libre, officially neutral and independent until invaded by Germany and the Allies in 1942 under marshal Pétain
- German occupation of France during World War II
- Italian occupation of France during World War II
- French Resistance and the National Council of the Resistance which coordinated the various groups that made up the resistance
- Service du travail obligatoire - the provision of French citizens as forced labour for construction in Germany
- The Holocaust in France
- Liberation of France
- Allied advance from Paris to the Rhine - advance as the right flank of the western front into Alsace-Lorraine in 1944
- Western Allied invasion of Germany - invasion as the right flank of the western front of Baden-Würtemberg in 1945
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