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3rd October 1939

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Events On This Day

Count Ciano return from Berlin and reported to the Italian cabinet.

The British Prime Minister Mr Chamberlain stated in the House of Commons that nothing in the German peace offensive could modify the attitude which Great Britain had felt it right to take.

German territory occupied by the French was announced by the French high command to total 154 miles.

M Sarajoglu, Turkish Foreign Minister still in Moscow and stated to be awaiting instructions from Ankara on the proposals of the Russian government.

The Turkish military mission arrived in London and began discussions on matters of common interest to Great Britain and Turkey.

The Lithuanian Foreign Minister, M Urbsy, arrived in Moscow at the invitation of Molotov.

It was reported that a Dominican Coast Guard cutter, caught refuel in a U-boat had been sunk by a French cruiser.

The Greek ship Diamantis was torpedoed by a U-boat.

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