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30th October 1939

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Events On This Day

The British Admiralty announced that they destroyer flotilla was in action with two German bombers south of Dogger Bank. was done to the ships.

Luftwaffe reconnaissance plane was seen over the North East coast of England. British fighter aircraft went up, and after a machine gun dual the Luftwaffe machine vanished out to sea in a cloud of smoke. Luftwaffe aircraft were also reported off the southeast coast. British planes went up to investigate, but did not make contact.

Paris reported activity by contact units on the whole front and local activity by artillery.

French chaser and reconnaissance aircraft were intensely active.

The British air ministry announced that British Royal Air Force (RAF) machines have made extensive reconnaissance's of aerodromes in north Germany. All planes, save one returned safely.

The crews of trawlers St Nidan and Lynx II sunk on Friday night by a German U-boat were landed on the Scottish coast by the trawler Lady Hogarth.

White paper on the conditions in German concentration camps were issued by the British government.

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