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{{short description|Successful German invasion of France in 1940}}{{EngvarB|date=February 2016}}{{Use dmy dates|date=January 2013}}







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{{flagcountry|Kingdom of Italy}} (from 10 June)Flag of France (1794–1815, 1830–1958).svg}} French Third Republic'''{{flag>United Kingdom}}{{flagNetherlands}}{{flagdeco1928}} Polish Army in France (1939–40){{flag>CanadaCZE}} Czechoslovak government-in-exile{{flag>Luxembourg}}{{flagiconWalther von Brauchitsch}}{{flagicon>Nazi Germany}} Heinz Guderian{{flagiconErwin Rommel{{nowrap>{{flagiconGerd von Rundstedt}} {{flagicon>Nazi Germany}} Fedor von Bock {{flagiconWilhelm Ritter von Leeb>Wilhelm von Leeb {{flagiconAlbert Kesselring {{flagicon>Nazi Germany}} Hugo Sperrle {{flagiconUmberto II of Italy>Umberto di SavoiaFlag of France (1794–1815, 1830–1958).svg}} Maurice Gamelin{{efnname="until"}}{{flagicon imageAlphonse Georges{{efn>until 17 MayFlag of France (1794–1815, 1830–1958).svg}} Maxime Weygand{{efnname="from"}}{{flagiconLeopold III of Belgium>Leopold III{{POW}}{{flagiconJohn Vereker, 6th Viscount Gort>Lord Gort{{nowrapNED}} Henri Winkelman{{POW}}{{flagicon|Luxembourg}} Émile Speller{{POW}}}}| units1 = {{Collapsible list|title = Axis armies{{flagicon>Nazi Germany}} Army Group B {{flagicon>Nazi Germany}} Army Group A {{flagicon>Nazi Germany}} Army Group C ----|From 10 June in Alps:'''{{flagiconArmy Group West">Order of battle for the Battle of France#Italian Army Group "West">Army Group West'''}} }}| units2 = {{Collapsible list|title = Allied armies{{flagicon image>Flag of France (1794–1815, 1830–1958).svg}} 1st Army Group {{flagicon image>Flag of France (1794–1815, 1830–1958).svg}} 2nd Army Group {{flagicon image>Flag of France (1794–1815, 1830–1958).svg}} 3rd Army Group
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Luxembourg}} Luxembourg Army----|From 10 June:{{flagicon imageArmy of the Alps#Twentieth century>Army of the Alps}}Germany: 141 divisionsMaier and Falla 1991, p. 279.7,378 guns2,445 tanks5,638 aircraftHooton 2007, pp. 47–48{{efn>Hooton uses the Bundesarchiv, Militärarchiv in Freiburg. Luftwaffe strength included gliders and transports used in the assaults on the Netherlands and Belgium.Hooton 2007, pp. 47–48}}3,350,000 troopsAlps on 20 June300,000 ItaliansAllies: 144 divisions13,974 guns{{nowrap>3,383–4,071 French tanks{{sfn2011|p=73}}}}

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