Invasion of France
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The Invasion of France may refer to one of the following:
- Invasion of France (1746), a failed Austro-Italian invasion attempt against southern France supported by the British navy
- Invasion of France (1794), Flanders Campaign, an attempt, led by Britain and Austria, to invade France and defeat the French Revolution
- Invasion of France (1795), a British-backed force of French Emigres landed in Quiberon attempting to overthrow the French Revolution
- Invasion of France (1813), a British-led coalition invaded Napoleon's France to the south while a multi-national coalition attacked from the north
- Invasion of France (1815), an Allied invasion of France following the Battle of Waterloo
- the Prussian invasion of France in 1870 as part of the Franco-Prussian War
- German forces invaded France in 1914 as part of the Schlieffen Plan in the First World War
- Battle of France, the invasion of France by Nazi German forces in 1940
- Operation Overlord, the Allied invasion of Normandy in June 1944
- Operation Dragoon, the Allied invasion of the south of France in August 1944
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