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9th March 1940

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Events On This Day

Finnish communique admitted that Russian troops had secured a foothold on north-west shore of Bay Viipuri. Attacks, southeast of the town and on the central and eastern parts of the Karelian Isthmus had been repulsed.

The British government and released 13 Italian coal ships recently detained.

British steamer Bortwick mined off Holland.

British steamer Thurston reported sunk.

Two Dutch ships Saba and Confid damaged by German aircraft, but remained afloat.

Mr Sumner Welles has interviews with leaders of the Polish government in Paris.

Joachim von Ribbentrop left Berlin for Rome.

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