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27th January 1940

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Stated that Russian attacks North of Lake Ladoga were only means open to them to avoid encirclement.

Finnish communiqué announced that Russian submarine had been sunk in Finnish minefield.

After five days debate South African house of assembly rejected General Hertzog's peace motion by 81 votes to 59.

The American cargo steamer City of Flint which an 9 October 1939 had been captured by the pocket battleship Deutschland and taken to Murmansk, arrived home at Baltimore.

Twelve French deputies arrived in England to observe the British war effort, and to confer on war co-operation with members of the Anglo-French parliamentary committee.

Mr Churchill addressed a meeting in the free Trade Hall, Manchester.

Adolf Hitler
Orders for arrangements to be made against Norway and Denmark to commence.

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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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