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5th November 1939

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Events On This Day

The United States ship City of Flint reached Bergen. The German government lodged a protest in Oslo against the release of the vessel and interment of the price crew. The protest was rejected.

Finnish and Russian negotiations continued. The delegates reported to Helsinki, asking for further instructions.

The Western front remained quiet.

Mr Churchill, who had gone to Paris on 2 November 1939 to discuss the work of the British and French navies, visited British general headquarters.

Swedish government protested against extension of German minefields, which are now within 3 miles of the Swedish coast.

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