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11th October 1939

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Events On This Day

Mr Hore-Belisha, Secretary for War, made a statement in the House of Commons on the work of the British Army in France.

Paris reported heavier Wehrmacht attacks on the French outpost. Artillery duels of extreme violence continued.

Russian and Lithuanian pact signed in Moscow. Vilna was restored to Lithuania, in exchange for the right to establish Russian garrisons at any point on, with the weighing in soil.

M Paasikivi, Finnish envoy arrived in Moscow.

In all big towns in Finland, machine guns and anti-aircraft guns were being mounted And voluntary evacuation continued.

A commercial agreement between the British and Russian governments was signed in London, by virtue of which timber will be imported in exchange for rubber and Cornish tin.

Evacuation of Germans from the Baltic states in progress.

M August Zaleski, foreign minister in the new Polish government set up in Paris, arrived in London, and consulted with the prime Minister and Lord Halifax.

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