FROM DUNKIRK TO THE FALL OF PARIS
On June 7, 1940, the soldiers who just a week ago were awaiting a miraculous evacuation from the beaches of Dunkirk were home in the relative safety of Great Britain. In France, the fighting intensified, the German army threw in their reserves and 2,000 Nazi tanks were pummeling the French defenses north of Paris. In four days, the Nazi army would be marching down the Champs-Élysées and the International Herald Tribune would cease production for four years. Undeterred by the increasingly perilous situation editors and writers at the International Herald Tribune remained.
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