Raids and ambushes were reported from various parts of the Western front, and
fairly sharp engagements towards the south eastern border of the Forest of Warndt,
where a German attack on a French outpost was driven back. Joachim
delivered a bitter speech, in which he accused the British
government of systematically preparing over a period of years to make war on Germany.
The Greek steamer Konstantinos Hadjipateras was sunk by German U-boat in
the North sea.
Poland's gold reserves and amounting to more than £15,000,000
reached Paris after an eventful journey from Warsaw.
Leaders of the Finnish
delegation left Moscow to consult with their governments on new proposals put
forward by Joseph Stalin.
Polish Consul General in London, announced
that the Polish in Britain would be mobilised service in the Polish army in France.
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Edited by Sir John Hamilton
The War Illustrated.
by Sir John Hamilton
2194 Days Of War.
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