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22nd October 1939

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Paris reported that, apart from sporadic artillery exchanges, the Western front had been generally calm, since the French took up their new positions. No man's land on the Moselle Rhine a sea of mud.

There were further Luftwaffe air operations off the east coast of Britain. In the morning British Royal Air Force (RAF) fighters went up to intercept unidentified aircraft flying northwards. No bombs were dropped. In the afternoon to Luftwaffe aircraft was seen over the South East of Scotland, and one was shot down.

General Wavell and General Weygand left Ankara at the conclusion of the successful talks with the Turkish general staff.

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