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15th November 1939

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Events On This Day

Joachim von Ribbentrop received the Belgian ambassador and Dutch minister in Berlin and inform them that as a result of the blunt rejection of the peace appeal by Great Britain and France, the German government considered the matter closed.

Dr Paasikivi, head of the Finnish delegation, which had returned to Helsinki, stated that Bush had made military demands which could not be granted. Violent propaganda against Finland was broadcast from Moscow.

It was reported that recent daylight reconnaissance flights by the British Royal Air Force (RAF) machines over Germany had yielded valuable photographs of military objectives.

The King received General Sikorski and other members of the Polish government would.

Mr Eden and the empire envoys returned to London after their tour of the Western front.

M Paul Reynaudscalmer French finance minister, who had paid a two-day visit to London at the invitation of Sir John Simon, returned to Paris.

The British steamer Woodtown was reported blown up with the loss of nine lives.

M16 Minesweeper
Launched 15 November 1939

R37 R-boat
Launched 15 November 1939

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