Yes very true. And the end of that series hints very strongly at why the NATO corps areas in West Germany during the Cold War ended up as they were (the French Forces in Germany aren't shown in this map but from what I gather they were deployed in the same approximate area as their old occupation zone):Yes! That's more like it. History tends to forget the little guys, usually by lumping them in with a bigger neighbour/coalition partner. Looking at you, Britain (& Australia).
Using the map above and a little info about the French Forces in Germany and this info on the BAOR, I whipped up this very rough map of mid 1955 to contrast with the 1952 map in the previous series (note the Luxembourg deployment would end shortly after this before late 1955):
What was essentially the British Occupation Zone became NORTHAG (Northern Army Group) with Schleswig-Holstein being under a Danish/German command as part of Allied Forces Northern Europe from 1962 (incidentally the Norwegian brigade was redeployed to northern Norway in 1953 having been deployed to northern Schleswig-Holstein because Norway was concerned about its force being at the heart of any Western-Soviet conflict (see for example page 12 of this report showing the thinking in 1947 of any such conflict) in the original deployment area and being in Schleswig-Holstein offered the ability to evacuate them through the ports if necessary to continue the defence of Norway). NORTHAG was commanded by the same commander as the BAOR throughtout its history I believe . Allied Forces Northern Europe was often (if not always) commanded by a British officer as well.
The American Occupation Zone (and French Occupation Zone) became CENTAG (Central Army Group) and was commanded by US Army Forces, Europe commander. There may have been French commanders at some points in the 1950s and 1960s.
NORTHAG and CENTAG were subordinate commands to Allied Forces Central Europe (AFCENT) which had French (and later West German) commanders. AFCENT itself of course was subordinate to Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe (SHAPE) of NATO.