A city of north France regarding the North-Sea. In World War II more than 330,000 Allied troops were evacuated from its beaches in the face of opponent fire (May-June 1940). Populace: 69,500.
A town in Nord-Pas de Calais, France
the name of a town and a battle fought here, in World War II (1940) whenever 330,000 Allied soldiers must be evacuated from the shores at Dunkirk in a desperate escape under enemy fire. Most of the causes had been safely evacuated to England.
A privateer vessel from Dunkirk inside seventeenth century.
a seaport in north France on North-Sea; scene for the evacuation of British forces in 1940 during World War II
a crisis in which a desperate energy could be the just replacement for defeat
an amphibious evacuation in World War II (1940) whenever 330,000 Allied troops needed to be evacuated from shores in northern France in a desperate retreat under opponent fire