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3rd November 1939

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Events On This Day

Third series of talks between Finland and Russia began. A few hours earlier, Pravda, Russian official organ, made a violent attack upon Finland, which later was broadcast.

President Roosevelt neutrality bill was adopted by the United States Senate and the house of Representatives.

Paris reported a quiet day on the Western front, with a few encounters between contact units.

The British Admiralty announced that the United States ship City of Flint had been sighted proceeding southwards. Inside, Norwegian territorial waters.

General Smuts, Prime Minister of South Africa, stated that the union would keep its promise to defend British territories in Africa if they appealed for aid.

Allied contraband control organisation have now intercepted and detained over 500,000 tons of contraband suspected of being destined to Germany.

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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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