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10th November 1939

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Paris reported increased air activity in eastern and north eastern France in the preceding 24 hours.

On the Western front two local German attacks were repulsed by infantry and artillery fire. Reinforcements were moving up to the Siegfried line.

The British Royal Air Force (RAF) coastal command fighters destroyed a Luftwaffe flying boat off the east coast. A second plane was engaged, but managed to escape.

The British Admiralty announced that HMS Rover, a small auxiliary vessel was considerably overdue and must be presumed lost, with her crew of four officers and 23 men.

Dutch military authorities started flooding the main inundation area and taking other precautions against invasion.

There was a further hitch in the Finnish and Russian negotiations.

Empire envoys, accompanied by Mr Anthony Eden, met M Daladier and General Gamelin in Paris.

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The Second Great War.
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The War Illustrated.
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2194 Days Of War.
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