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You really couldn't make it up!  The Frog cabin staff ran away and locked themselves in a secure compartment and left it to the Yankees and a Brit to tackle the gunman.  Remember the last two big bunfights with Fritz when the Frogs scarpered and left it to the Brits and the Yankees to save their bacon.  That yellow-bellied cowardice gene must run through the Frenchie DNA.

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I think your comments are unwarranted and hurtful - you must remember that there are cowards and frightened people in all nations. 

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But they could have done more perhaps raised the alarm or helped passengers move away............I also hear they have been awarded  the WHITE HANKY medal

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You really couldn't make it up!  The Frog cabin staff ran away and locked themselves in a secure compartment and left it to the Yankees and a Brit to tackle the gunman.  Remember the last two big bunfights with Fritz when the Frogs scarpered and left it to the Brits and the Yankees to save their bacon.  That yellow-bellied cowardice gene must run through the Frenchie DNA.

Bang on Symptoms, tell it like it is.

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Sumps you do talk rubbish the Brit is more French than a Brit we also ran at Dunkirk

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Don't hold back Symptoms, Tony p they were forced out by a far superior force and evacuated from dunkirk those brave men didn't run they came back with their allies to win

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"we also ran at Dunkirk"

 

What? A wholesale revision of history there, Tony. Start again, at the beginning. Nobody 'ran' at Dunkirk; indeed, it was an example of exxtreme comradeship, something I thought you of all people would recognise. Necessary and unfortunate in one go, but certainly not an act of cowardice.

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Frogs…..outbreak of WW11 biggest army the world had ever seen…..largest land defence works and the Germans walked around it in 2 weeks! 

 

Number of Frenchies in 1940……about 45,500,000 

 

Number of Frenchies in resistance….100,000.  Nuff said!!!!

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"Sumps,  Sumps", as in, "Sumps you do talk rubbish ...",  ... what's going on here?  Those of us on the left should stick together but maybe all the vituperous abuse currently loose in the Labour Party is rubbing off on those here who should know better.

 

Fact:  All Allied land forces in France (and later in Belgium) during the early stages of both those bunfights with Fritz where under the Supreme Command of Frenchies.  All history scholars agree that the blame for what happened rests, to a massive degree, on their uncertainty, doubt and timidness.  What finally happened (Dunkirk) was a well-planned tactical retreat organised by the Brits and due in large measure to some incredible bravery shown by a number of 'rearguard' actions by mainly British troops.

 

Fact: Recent research has shown the numbers of Frenchies involved in La Résistance française had been massively overblown;  most Frogs kept their heads down whilst Fritz was on the prowl - I don't blame them.  But the really brave Frenchies involved in the struggle against the Bosch were pretty thin on the ground even if, after the war, every other Frog claimed membership.

 

Fact: Why is it that there's hundreds of jokes about the cowardly French unless there's some truth in the crude caricature.

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