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July 1939

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Events On This Day

R36 R-boat
Launched 12 July 1939

On 14 July 1939, The Royal Romanian Air Force (FARR), began operating the German built Heinkel He 112 fighters.

On 20 July 1939, 2,000 National Socialists Party members arrived in the Free City of Danzig from German.

T14 Torpedo boat
Launched 20 July 1939

On 24 July 1939, Hungarian PM Pál Teleki advised Germany and Italy that should war break out between Germany and Poland, Hungary would not take part in a joint invasion; German leader Adolf Hitler would soon intimidate Pál Teleki to take back the statement. On the same day, Italian leader Benito Mussolini warned Adolf Hitler that should war break out due to the Polish German tension, Italy would come to Germany's help, but Benito Mussolini thought it would not be a simple Polish German War, but rather, other nations such as the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and France would be embroiled, leading to another war.

On 26 July 1939, Low level German and Soviet diplomats had a friendly dinner together in the German capital, Berlin, their talks lasting a little after midnight. They reasoned that a treaty between Germany and Soviet would mean peace in Eastern Europe, and that the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics should be aware of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, whose belligerence would beyond any doubt drag the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics into a war should the two countries sign any military agreement with one another.

M17 Minesweeper
Launched 29 July 1939

Go To: 1st August 1939


Heinkel He 112

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