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13th March 1940

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Finnish Foreign Minister, M Tanner, broadcast official confirmation of the peace agreement and its terms. Later he announced that Finland, Norway, and Sweden are to discuss formation of a defensive alliance.

Fighting continued on nearly all Finnish fronts, up till 11 a.m., when hostilities ceased.

Statements on Russian-Finnish piece aims were made in both houses of parliament by Lord Halifax, and that Mr Chamberlain.

H Guenther, Swedish Foreign Minister, defended its policy of neutrality in the Riksdag.

The German coal ship Eschersheim was sank off the Danish Jutland coast, either mined or scuttled.

Mr Sumner Welles left London en route for Rome.

T17 Torpedo boat
Launched 13 March 1940

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T17 Torpedo boat

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