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21st October 1939

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A British convoy in the North sea was attacked by 12 German raiders. They were engaged by British fighters and Escort vessels, and four Luftwaffe aircraft were brought down. No casualties were suffered by British aircraft nor was any damage done to the convoy or Escort.

There was heavy artillery action from both sides on the Western front.

Adolf Hitler summoned all German district leaders throughout the Reich too important consultations in Berlin.

Finnish delegation left Helsinki for Moscow, with no instructions for the resumption of negotiations with the Russian government.

Mr Hore-Belisha, Minister for War, broadcast a review of the position at the end of the seventh week of conflict.

Italian and German agreement for the transfer to the Reich of German citizens in South Tyrol was signed.

German minefield patrol vessel Este 710/German mines in the Baltic and sank.

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The Second Great War.
Edited by Sir John Hamilton

The War Illustrated.
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2194 Days Of War.
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