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11th March 1940

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Russian-Finnish negotiations in Moscow continued. Reported that Soviet government had considerably modified peace terms offered to Finland.

Land attacks on Karelian Isthmus repulsed by Finnish artillery. Finns admitted success of Russian attacks on shore of Viipuri Bay.

Northeast of Lake Ladoga fighting continued unabated. Finns claimed success in battle of Kollaa River.

Mr Chamberlain stated that Britain and France were prepared to use all available resources to give immediate help to Finland, provided that a formal appeal were received from the Finnish government.

Paris reported aerial activity on both sides, and artillery firing in Vosges area.

Mr Sumner Welles was received by the King and also had interviews with Mr Chamberlain and Lord Halifax.

Joachim von Ribbentrop had audiences with the king of Italy and the Pope, and further interviews with Mussolini and Ciano. He left later for Berlin.

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The Second Great War.
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The War Illustrated.
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2194 Days Of War.
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