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23rd March 1940

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Events On This Day

Aeroplanes, believed to be hostile, appeared off the east coast of Scotland.

M Reynaud held a meeting of the inner cabinet at which General Gamelin and Admiral Darlan were present.

Count Teleki, Premier of Hungary, arrived in Rome.

French war communiqué announced patrol activity to the east of the Saar.

British trawlers Salacon Recordo and Helios reported attacks by machine guns and bombs from German aircraft.

Norwegian Ministry of foreign affairs revealed that a note of protest to Germany against the sinking of Norwegian ships had been delivered to the German government on 8 March 1940. Nothing is known of any German reply.

Officially announced in Prague that to German frontier guards had been murdered the night before at Birke.

Twenty-first anniversary of the foundation of the Fascist movement celebrated throughout Italy.

German mission headed by Dr Karl Clodius, in Bucharest, negotiating for economic domination.

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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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