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Category Archives: Words To Remember from 1939
Thursday, October 19th King Gustave of Sweden and President Kallio of Finland in broadcasts for the Royal Palace at Stockholm: My invitation to this meeting was a duty I had to perform. Sweden’s welfare and my warm feelings for the … Continue reading
A Record of Important Declarations and Statements during WW2 in 1939. Tuesday October 17th 1939 Statement issued by the War Office through the Ministry of Information: German propaganda has endeavoured to create the impression that Poland was sacrificed by her … Continue reading
A select record from week to week of important war declarations and speeches made during 1939 Saturday, September 30th His Holiness Pope Pius XII in an address to a deputation of Poles: I am most sorrowful that hundreds of thousands … Continue reading
A Selection of the most important Declarations and Speeches from WW2, 1939 Monday September 18th Communique issued by Polish Government at Kuty: The Polish Ambassador in Moscow declined the accept the Soviet Note sent to him yesterday. The Polish Government … Continue reading
A Select Weekly Record of the Most Important War Declarations and statements: Sunday September 3rd 1939 Leaflets distributed by the Royal Air Force in West and North Germany: “Deliberately and coldly the Government of the Reich has forced war upon … Continue reading
A record of the Declarations and Solemn Speeches of the World’s Leaders. Friday September 1st Hitler in a speech to the Reichstag: “I am determined to solve (1) the Danzig question, (2) the question of the Corridor, and (3) to … Continue reading