Invasion of France
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The term Invasion of France may refer to:
- the 1746 War of the Austrian Succession, Austria-Italian forces supported by the British navy attempted to invade southern France
- the French Revolutionary Wars invasion attempts to defeat the French Revolution
- the 1813 War of the Sixth Coalition, a British-led coalition invaded Napoleon's France to the south while a multi-national coalition attacked from the north
- the 1815 Hundred Days, the Seventh Coalition invaded France following the Battle of Waterloo
- the 1870 Franco-Prussian War, Prussian forces invaded France due to tensions regarding Prussia's growing influence in central Europe
- the 1905 Schlieffen Plan, the German Empire's strategic plan for victory in a two-front war against France and Russia
- the 1914 Battle of the Marne, the actual implementation of the previous plan at the outset of World War I
- the World War II invasions
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