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26th March 1940

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Events On This Day

M Reynaud, new French premier, broadcast, stirring appeal to French nation to carry on totalled war against Germany.

Paris reported a marked increase in air activity over Western front, particularly in Saar and Vosges regions.

French machines made reconnaissance flights far into German territory, Luftwaffe aeroplanes flew over northern and eastern France.

Further sector of Allied front in France, taken over by the BEF from French troops, highlanders being first to replace the French.

Soviet ambassador to France, M Souritz, recalled after demand by French government, who complained of contents of telegram addressed by him to Stalin.

Count Teleki had interview with Mussolini.

Mauretania passed through Panama Canal to the Pacific Ocean. Reported that she is going to Australia to serve as a troop ship.

Mr Savage, Prime Minister of New Zealand, died.

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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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