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14th November 1939

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Events On This Day

Adolf Hitler's reply to the offer of mediation by Queen Wilhelmina and King Leopold was reported to have been communicated to the Dutch minister, and the Belgian ambassador in Berlin. and to be unfavourable.

The British Admiralty announced the loss of a destroyer through striking a German mine. Survivors of the Fleetwood, trawler Cresswell , sunk by U-boat shellfire of the North of Scotland, were landed by another trawler. After spending over six hours in the U-boat.

Norwegian tanker Arne Kjode reported sunk by a U-boat.

Polish Prime Minister General Sikorski and the Foreign Minister M Zaleski arrived in London.

Medals of the military division of the order of the British Empire were awarded to two airmen for gallantry in helping comrades.

Trade negotiations in Stockholm, between Sweden and Germany were broken off.

Czechoslovakian police broke up a Czech fascist demonstration in Prague, 12 persons being injured.

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