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6th October 1939

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The Admiralty made a strong protest against the warning by Admiral Erich Raeder with regard to the American steamer Iroquois Washington reported that the United States destroyers had been sent to meet the vessel as a precautionary measure.

Adolf Hitler announced his peace plan to the Reichstag. It included a proposal that the conference should be held to discuss questions arising out of the collapse of Poland, Germany's claims to colonies and the limiting of armaments.

A statement was later issued on the authority of the British government that although his proposals were vague and obscure they would be carefully examined. But that something more than words, would be required from the German government to establish confidence within Europe.

A conference of the Allied command was held in France.

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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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