June 1940, in the highlands of Southeastern France, a small number of French soldiers faced off against an invasion of 300,000 Italian troops. Everywhere, the French army was in disarray. The Government had fled to Bordeaux. The Germans had entered Paris. The roads were crowded with refugees and retreating soldiers. Why did this relative handful of French soldiers continue to fight when all was lost? What explains their heroic victory?
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