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27th October 1939

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Events On This Day

Mass concentration of German troops was reported in the Saar, along the Belgian, Dutch and Swiss frontier is, and along the German North sea coast.

The United States Senate passed the bill repealing the arms embargo provision of the neutrality act.

King Leopold, broadcast and address to the people of the United States, in which he declared Belgium's neutrality, but stated that if attacked she would not hesitate to fight.

German press complained that alleged anti-Nazi propaganda in Belgium Newspapers were a breach of neutrality

German U-boats were sunk by the French navy in the Atlantic.

Malaya made a first contribution of £80,000 to the Red Cross and St John fund, thus bringing it up to over the half a million mark.

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