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15th October 1939

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Paris reported that French reconnaissance units were active on the whole front. There was some reciprocal activity west of Saarlouis.

The French command also stated that there was indications that strong concentrations of German forces were massing behind the lines.

The British Admiralty issued a list of 414 survivors of HMS Royal Oak.

German and Estonian agreement transfer of German minority in Estonia was signed at Tallinn.

The Polish minister in Kaunas protested to the Lithuanian government against the incorporation of Vilna in Lithuania, on the grounds that Russia had no right to dispose of this territory.

It was reported that typhoid and cholera had broken out in Warsaw.

The first exchanges took place of British consular officials detained in Germany against German officials still in Britain.

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