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25th October 1939

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The air ministry announced that reconnaissance carried out by the British Royal Air Force (RAF) during the preceding 24 hours included night flights over Berlin, Magdeburg and Hamburg.

Paris reported that French troops had repulsed a German detachment in the region close to the Moselle. As a whole conditions on the Western front were quiet.

Five British ships were reported sunk by enemy action, Ledbury, Menin Ridge and Tafna, all in the north Atlantic, Stonegate, attacked and sunk by German battleship Deutschland, and Clan Chisholm, sunk off the Spanish coast.

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We spent five days in the Deutschland


British steamer Stonegate picture 1

Deutschland picture 1

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