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The Forces Françaises Libres or Free French Forces were the army of the Comité National Français or French National Committee, the French government-in-exile formed in London with Allied assistance by Charles de Gaulle during World War II in September 1941. They fought against the European Axis powers (Germany and Italy) in Africa and Europe until the war's end in May 1945. They also fought against the Vichy French in Syria and Iraq.