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6th November 1939

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Events On This Day

French high command announced that in a violent fight over the Western front. Between 27 German and nine French fighters, nine Luftwaffe machines were brought down, seven behind the French lines. The French suffered no loss.

Molotov in a speech at Moscow, reaffirmed that the Russian policy was one of peace and denounced the capitalist powers for striving to extend the war. The communist international issued a manifesto in which it classed the German government with those of Great Britain and France as being hostile to the workers.

King Leopold accompanied by M Spaak, Belgian foreign minister, arrived at The Hague, just before midnight, and conferred with Queen Wilhelmina and her foreign minister, M van Kleffens.

The British air ministry reported that British Royal Air Force (RAF) aircraft carried out successful reconnaissance flights over western Germany, and secured valuable photographs. One aircraft had not returned.

Diplomatic representations were made in Norway, Re: the fate of the United States ship City of Flint which is still at Bergen.

Finnish talks in Moscow delayed.

During September, 37 British merchant ships, total tonnage about 155, 000, were lost to enemy action, during October. These had dropped to 19 ships, of about 83,000 tons.

Burgomaster Max died.

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