Stopping a 5X Blitzkrieg For Just Long Enough

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It was all over for the Allies. By May 20, 1940, German Panzer divisions had reached Abbeville at the mouth of the Somme River, splitting the Allied armies into two and forcing the troops on the north into an ever-shrinking pocket near the port city of Dunkirk. With no way to reach central France, and no naval force capable of evacuating them on such short notice, the British Expeditionary Force and uncountable French forces faced annihilation.

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