Charles de Gaulle - De Gaulle's Appeal to continue to resist the occupation of France
Time: Tuesday Jun 18, 1940
Place: London, England, United Kingdom
Details: De Gaulle's Appeal of 18 June exhorted the French people not to be demoralized and to continue to resist the occupation of France. He also – apparently on his own initiative – declared that he would broadcast again the next day.
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