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7th November 1939

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Events On This Day

Queen Wilhelmina and King Leopold issued a joint appeal for peace, with an offer of good offices to the belligerent powers.

The British Admiralty announced that in the southern part of the North sea, certain light forces, including two Polish destroyers, were in action with German aircraft, no damage was done to any ship.

The British air ministry announced that a number of air actions took place over the North sea. An Luftwaffe aircraft approaching the Shetlands was driven of by anti-aircraft fire and then chased away by British aircraft. Other Luftwaffe aircraft were sighted and two were engaged by the British Royal Air Force (RAF) patrols many miles out over the North sea, but escaped in cloud. Further photographic and visual reconnaissances over North West Germany were made by the British Royal Air Force (RAF) aircraft. One machine failed to return.

Lord Halifax made a world broadcast on Britain's war aims

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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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