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25th March 1940

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Events On This Day

Paris reported local artillery actions on various points on the front, and air activity on both sides.

Count Teleki, Premier of Hungary, had long interview with Count Ciano, Italian Foreign Minister.

Official order issued forbidding British prisoners of war in Germany to broadcast.

Danish steamer, Britta was sunk off the north coast of Scotland.

It was announced that automatic light floats, with lamps that burn two months, to replace lightships which had suffered from German bombing.

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