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  1. Maxime Weygand (French pronunciation:; 21 January 1867 – 28 January 1965) was a French military commander in World War I and World War II, as well as a high ranking member of the Vichy regime. Born in Belgium, Weygand was raised in France and educated at the Saint-Cyr military academy in Paris.

    • 1887–1942
  2. Maxime Weygand (21 de janeiro 1867 - 28 de janeiro de 1965) foi um comandante militar francês na Primeira Guerra Mundial e a Segunda Guerra Mundial. [1] Carreira. Weygand serviu principalmente como um oficial no staff de Ferdinand Foch na Primeira Guerra Mundial.

    • França
    • 28 de janeiro de 1965 (98 anos), Paris
    • 21 de janeiro de 1867, Bruxelas
    • Morlaix
  3. Maxime Weygand, né à Bruxelles le 21 janvier 1867 et mort à Paris le 28 janvier 1965, est un général français, grand-croix de la Légion d'honneur, médaillé militaire et membre de l' Académie française. Il joue un rôle important lors des deux guerres mondiales.

    • 21 janvier 1867Bruxelles ( Belgique)
    • Morlaix
  4. Maxime Weygand (born Jan. 21, 1867, Brussels—died Jan. 28, 1965, Paris) French army officer who in World War I served as chief of staff under Gen. (later Marshal) Ferdinand Foch and who in World War II, as commander in chief of the Allied armies in France, advised the French government to capitulate (June 12, 1940).

    • The Editors of Encyclopaedia Britannica
  5. A biography of Maxime Weygand, a French general who led the French armies in World War II and was a key player in the Battle of France. Learn about his life, career, achievements, and legacy in the context of France's history and politics.

  6. In November 1942, following the Anglo-American landing in North Africa and the total occupation of the mainland by German and Italian troops, Weygand was arrested by the Germans and placed under house arrest under the authority of the camp of Dachau. Freed on the 5th May 1945, he was arrested two days later. Detained for acts of collaboration ...

  7. History. The career of the French general Maxime Weygand offers a fascinating glimpse into the perils and politics of military leadership and loyalty in the interwar yea...