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4th November 1939

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Events On This Day

President Roosevelt signed proclamation, putting new neutrality bill into effect. Huge new orders of wartime supplies were confirmed by British and French agents, and shipment was to start immediately.

Norwegian Admiralty announced that the United States steamer City of Flint arrived at Haugesund on Friday afternoon, accompanied by two Norwegian warships, and anchored there without permission. Whereupon, the German price crew were interned, and the ship was now on her way to Glasgow. Under the American flag.

Paris reported that on both sides light reconnoitering units had been active between the Moselle and the Saar.

French cargo boat Baoule was reported to have been sunk in the Atlantic.

Bodies of five German sailors washed up on shore in Kent.

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