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FRENCH LANGAUGE BOOK: The Citroën Traction Avant was the most produced car in France before 1940: more than 250,000 copies were on the roads of the country and around the world at that time. It is therefore logical to see it, during the Second World War, accompanying both armed forces and civilian populations on all fronts, in all regions, including the most remote. The omnipresence of this car is undoubtedly also due to its performances: modern and safe, it is used by the French army, especially as a requisition car, and perhaps even more by the German army which employs massively in all its areas of intervention, and finally, through resistance.
Designed and Running on Cyrane Systems