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18th March 1940

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Events On This Day

Accompanied by Joachim von Ribbentrop and Ciano Adolf Hitler and Mussolini conferred together in a bullet-proof railway train in frontier station on the Brenner pass. The conference lasted 2 1/2 hours, after which the dictator's return to their own capital's.

From Rome came reports that Adolf Hitler had drawn up eleven Peace Points, that Mr Sumner Welles considered these unacceptable, and that Mussolini arranged the Brenner meeting to get then modified.

Sir John Simon, stated that the three per Cent War Loan, recently launched had been over subscribed.

The Italian collier Tina Primo broke in two after an explosion off southeast coast.

British steamer, Tiberton was reported to have been long overdue and believed lost with all hands.

It was announced that a new organisation had been created to maintain permanent liaison between British and Colonial office, and French ministry of colonies.

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