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29th September 1939

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Joachim von Ribbentrop, and Molotov sign a treaty in Moscow, by which Poland was completely abolished, and new and permanent Russian, German frontier is were established.

The terms included a denial of the right of interference by any third power, and the declaration that the war should now stop.

Estonia became virtually a Russian protectorate by the signing of a 10 year mutual assistance act and trade agreement. By this packed Russian gets the right to maintain a naval base on the Baltic.

There was an unsuccessful German attack on Saarbrücken.

Units of the British Royal Air Force (RAF) carried out attacks on ships of the German fleet stationed in Heligoland Bight. In spite of a formidable anti-aircraft fire the attacks were pressed home at a low altitude.

A Turkish military mission headed by General Kiazim Orbay, left Ankara for London

The Norwegian steamer Takstaas was sunk by U-boats.

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The Second Great War.
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The War Illustrated.
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2194 Days Of War.
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