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Georges JEROME wrote:Durant the "drôle de guerre" before german offensive he was the alone general to consider all is ok in his sector while his neighborough Corap complain against the weakness of his positions.
- His best units were in position alongside Maginot line while the less experimented units were in the weakest area.
- During the panzer marsch at Sedan, his reports to General Georges don't give view of the danger of the situation
- On 14 mai he moved with his PC South of Verdun at 100 km of the front.
- the moving of his right wing opened a wide path to the Panzers.
Georges JEROME wrote: My surprise was to see that fellow members for USA, Australia and Spain.
Huntzinger don't make the "buzz" in France. Georges
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