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10th December 1939

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The King returned to London after his tour of the Western front.

Russian troops reported to be in contact with Finnish main defences. Further north. The attack designed to cut Finland in two was said to be making slow progress.

Western front, reported that there were patrolling counters at various points.

The Russian government handed a letter to the British ambassador in Moscow, protesting against Britain's two way blockade.

Sweden appointed General Thoernell Commander-In-Chief of Swedish defences.

The drifter HMS Ray of Hope was sunk by a mine.

Four neutral ships were reported sunk Swedish steamer Vinga, Dutch motor ship Immingham, Danish collier Scotia, Norwegian steamer Gimle.

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The Second Great War.
Edited by Sir John Hamilton

The War Illustrated.
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2194 Days Of War.
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