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26th September 1939

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Events On This Day

German attacks on Warsaw renewed.

On the Western front there was a continuation of intense artillery fire, and local infantry engagements took place.

Adolf Hitler returned to Berlin, from the eastern front, and held a conference with his ministers.

The Prime Minister of Great Britain. Mr Chamberlain gave to the House of Commons this fourth review of the progress of the war. Mr Churchill reviewed the progress and the success of the campaign against the U-boats.

20 German aircraft attempted to bomb a squadron of the home Fleet in the North sea, but were driven off with two planes destroyed in one badly damaged. New battleship was hit and there were no British casualties.

Thirty two survivors of the British ship Royal Sceptre which had been torpedoed on the 6 September 1939 for lost arrived at Bahia, Brazil on board the British freighter Browning.

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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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