June 18th 1940 Call
The conditions of the armistice:
Supporting the German troops who were on the french territory.
Delivering all the German citizens living either in France or in its colonies.
Disbanding the naval forces, accepting to have 1 800 000 prisoners in Germany.
France being divided into five zones.
A 100 000 men army allowed in the unoccupied zone.
The whole French industry working for the Germans (iron and steel industry, flatting mills, armament, aviation, automobile industry) and agricultural products, textiles and coal being delivered to Germany.
The June 18th 1940 call
General de Gaulle calls the Frenchmen, from London, to go on fighting.
Birth of Free France.
On June 28th, the United Kingdom proclaims de Gaulle, the leader of Free France.
On July 10th, the Battle of Britain starts.
De Gaulle entrusts d'Estiennes d'Orves with the mission to organize an intelligence service in occupied France.
It's the beginning of Résistance.