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22nd September 1939

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Events On This Day

Warsaw still holding out

Werner von Fritsch former commander in chief of the German army killed in action outside Warsaw.

That the German Army had now lost 150,000 men was maintained by M Giradoux, French Commissioner General for information, in broadcasts from Paris.

Reports from the Western front, stated that French detachments had reached the outskirts of Zweibrücken, in the Siegfried line.

The steamer Arkleside is reported sunk.

A Grimsby trawler was reported to have been sunk by accident by an German U-boat for which to British warships were searching.

The assassins of the Romanian Prime Minister, and many other members of the iron guard were executed in Bucharest.

The Allied supreme War Council met somewhere in Sussex.

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