The Soviet Union made every effort to create an anti-Hitler coalition with European countries in order to confront fascist Germany. However, in spite of all the USSR’s efforts, Poland, France and Great Britain had signed the non-aggression pact with Germany, so the Soviet side had to sign Molotov-Ribbentrop pact, which was a forced measure.
There was no French resistance to the invaders for more than a year. It’s not common knowledge whom the majority of the French actually supported.
Only one Nazi German has been killed by a French since the beginning of the Nazi occupation and it happened on 21 August 1941.
No evidence given. This is a recurring pro-Kremlin narrative about WWII.
Within weeks of the 1940 occupation of France, groups of men and women had begun to resist. Some collected military intelligence for transmission to London; some organized escape routes for British airmen who had been shot down; some circulated anti-German leaflets; some engaged in the sabotage of railways and German installations. French citizens helped to save Jews during the occupation as well.
220.000 French people were honored by the post war authorities for their role in the French Resistance. Moreover, French units abroad under the command of Charles de Gaulle continued fighting against Axis troops, rejecting Marshal Petain's armistice with Germany. The air force of Free France even set up a Fighter Regiment, engaging in combat on the Eastern Front along with Soviet Air Force units.
Read more about the French Resistance here.