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The BEF had been marching and fighting for nine days and was now running short of ammunition. As far as he was concerned, the Belgian Army could not conduct offensive operations as it lacked tanks and aircraft; it existed solely for defence.
Gort committed just two infantry battalions and the only armoured battalion in the BEF to the attack, which despite some initial tactical success, failed to break the German defensive line at the Battle of Arras on 21 May.
In the aftermath of this failure, the Belgians were asked to fall back to the Yser river and protect the Allied left flank and rear areas.
The King's aide, General Overstraten said that such a move could not be made and would lead to the Belgian Army disintegrating. Another plan for further offensives was suggested.
The French requested the Belgians withdraw to the Leie and the British to the French frontier between Maulde and Halluin , the Belgians were then to extend their front to free further parts of the BEF for the attack.
The French 1st Army would relieve two more divisions on the right flank. Leopold was reluctant to undertake such a move because it would abandon all but a small portion of Belgium.
The Belgian Army was exhausted and it was an enormous technical task that would take too long to complete. At this time, the Belgians and the British concluded that the French were beaten and the Allied Armies in the pocket on the Belgian—Franco border would be destroyed if action was not taken.
Two further signal Corps were guarding the coast. The eastern front remained intact, but the Belgians now occupied their last fortified position at Leie.
On that day, Winston Churchill visited the front and pressed for the French and British Armies to break out from the north-east.
He assumed that the Belgian Cavalry Corps could support the offensives' right flank. Churchill dispatched the following message to Gort:.
That the Belgian Army should withdraw to the line of the Yser and stand there, the sluices being opened.
That the British Army and French 1st Army should attack south-west toward Bapaume and Cambrai at the earliest moment, certainly tomorrow, with about eight divisions, and with the Belgian Cavalry Corps on the right of the British.
Such an order ignored the fact that the Belgian Army could not withdraw to the Yser, and there was little chance of any Belgian Cavalry joining in the attack.
The ring of the Yser also dramatically shorted the Belgian Army's area of operations. Such a move would have abandoned Passchendaele and Ypres and would have certainly meant the capture of Ostend while further reducing the amount of Belgian territory still free by a few square miles.
On 23 May, the French tried to conduct a series of offensives against the German defensive line on the Ardennes—Calais axis but failed to make any meaningful gains.
Meanwhile, on the Belgian front, the Belgians, under pressure, retreated further, and the Germans captured Terneuzen and Ghent that day.
The Belgians also had trouble moving the oil, food and ammunition that they had left. Air support could only be called in by "wireless" and the RAF was operating from bases in southern England which made communication more difficult.
The Belgians were forced to use the only harbours left to them, at Nieuport and Ostend. Churchill and Maxime Weygand , who had taken over command from Gamelin, were still determined to break the German line and extricate their forces to the south.
When they communicated their intentions to King Leopold and van Overstraten on 24 May, the latter was stunned.
Without consulting the French or asking permission from his government, Gort immediately and decisively ordered the British 5th and 50th Infantry Divisions to plug the gap and abandon any offensive operations further south.
The Germans managed, against fierce resistance, to cross the river at night and force a one-mile penetration along a mile front between Wervik and Kortrijk.
The Germans, with superior numbers and in command of the air, had won the bridgehead. The 1st , 3rd , 9th and 10th Infantry Divisions , acting as reinforcements, had counterattacked several times and managed to capture German prisoners.
The Belgians blamed the French and British for not providing air cover. Montgomery dispatched several units of the 3rd Infantry Division including the heavy infantry of the 1st and 7th Middlesex battalions and the 99th Battery, 20th Anti-Tank Regiment , as an improvised defence.
A critical point of the "Weygand Plan" and the British government and French Army's argument for a thrust south, was the withdrawal of forces to see the offensive through which had left the Belgian Army over-extended and was instrumental in its collapse.
It was forced to cover the areas held by the BEF in order to enable the latter to engage in the offensive.
The BEF could have done more to counterattack von Bock's left flank to relieve the Belgians as von Bock attacked across the fortified British position at Kortrijk.
Van Overstraten is desperately keen for strong British counterattack. Either north or south of Leie could help restore the situation.
Belgians expect to be attacked on the Ghent front tomorrow. Germans already have a bridgehead over canal west of Eecloo.
There can be no question of the Belgian withdrawal to Yser. One battalion on march NE of Ypres was practically wiped out today in attack by sixty aircraft.
Withdrawal over open roads without adequate fighter support very costly. Whole of their supplies are east of Yser. They strongly represent attempt should be made to restore the situation on Leie by British counter-attack for which opportunity may last another few hours only.
No such attack came. The Germans brought fresh reserves to cover the gap Menen—Ypres. This nearly cut the Belgians off from the British.
The 2nd , 6th and 10th Cavalry Divisions frustrated German attempts to exploit the gap in depth but the situation was still critical.
By that time, the Royal Navy had already withdrawn 28, British non-fighting troops. Boulogne had fallen and Calais was about to, leaving Dunkirk, Ostend and Zeebrugge as the only viable ports which could be used for evacuation.
The advance of the 14th German Army would not leave Ostend available for much longer. The situation on 27 May had changed considerably from just 24 hours earlier.
In the east, the Germans had reached the outskirts of Bruges, and captured Ursel. In the west, the Menen—Ypres line had broken at Kortrijk and the Belgians were now using railway trucks to help form anti-tank defences on a line from Ypres—Passchendaele— Roulers.
Further to the west the BEF had been forced back, north of Lille just over the French border and was now in danger of allowing a gap to develop between themselves and the Belgian southern flank on the Ypres—Lille axis.
The British withdrew to the port on 26 May. In doing so, they left the French 1st Army's north-eastern flank near Lille exposed. As the British moved out, the Germans moved in, encircling the bulk of the French Army.
Both Gort and his Chief of Staff, General Henry Pownall , accepted that their withdrawal would mean the destruction of the French 1st Army, and they would be blamed for it.
The fighting of 26—27 May had brought the Belgian Army to the brink of collapse. However, on 27 May, the central front collapsed in the Iseghem—Thelt sector.
There was now nothing to prevent a German thrust to the east to take Ostend and Bruges, or west to take the ports at Nieuport or La Panne , deep in the Allied rear.
The disintegration of the Belgian Army and its front caused many erroneous accusations by the British. The Belgian Army was stretched from Cadzand south to Menen on the river Leie, and west, from Menin, to Bruges without any sort of reserves.
With the exception of a few RAF sorties, the air was exclusively under the control of the Luftwaffe , and the Belgians reported attacks against all targets considered an objective, with resulting casualties.
No natural obstacles remained between the Belgians and the German Army; retreat was not feasible. Using such axes of retreat was impossible without losses owing to German air supremacy as opposed to air superiority.
Water supplies were damaged and cut off, gas and electricity supplies were also cut. Canals were drained and used as supply dumps for whatever ammunition and food-stuffs were left.
On the evening of 27 May, he requested an armistice. Belgian Embassy here assumes from King's decision to remain that he regards the war as lost and contemplates [a] separate peace.
It is in order to dissociate itself from this that the constitutional Belgian Government has reassembled on foreign soil.
Even if present Belgian Army has to lay down its arms, there are , Belgians of military age in France, and greater resources than Belgium had in which to fight back.
By present decision the King is dividing the Nation and delivering it into Hitler's protection. Please convey these considerations to the King, and impress upon him the disastrous consequences to the Allies and to Belgium of his present choice.
The cause of the Allies is lost. Recriminations abounded with the British and French claiming the Belgians had betrayed the alliance. In Paris, the French Premier Paul Reynaud denounced Leopold's surrender, and the Belgian Premier Hubert Pierlot informed the people that Leopold had taken action against the unanimous advice of the government.
As a result, the king was no longer in a position to govern and the Belgian government in exile that was located in Paris later moved to London following the fall of France would continue the struggle.