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Words From WW2 1939 to Remember (2)

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

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Words From WW2 1939 to Remember (1)

The following are record of solemn words and declarations made by World Leaders. Wednesday August 23rd 1939 King Leopold in the name of the King of Denmark, the President of Finland, the Grand Duchess of Luxembourg, the King of Norway, … Continue reading

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War Diary October 9th to 15th, 1939

Monday 9th October The Admiralty announced that on the previous afternoon a German naval squadron had been sighted by patrol aircraft south west of Norway.  Owing to oncoming darkness the enemy escaped.  There were repeated actions in the North Sea … Continue reading

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War Diary October 2nd to October 8th 1939

Monday October 2nd M Munters, Latvian Foreign Minister arrived in Moscow at the invitation of Molotov. A Soviet military mission arrived in Tallinn, Estonia to discuss mutual relations. RAF planes flew over Berlin during a night reconnaissance flight. The French … Continue reading

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War Diary 18th September to 24th September 1939

Monday September 18th Soviet and German troops met near Brest-Litovsk.  In a joint communique the two Governments announced their intention of restoring order in Poland. Soviet troops also reached Vilna in the north and occupied the Rumano-Polish frontier in the south. … Continue reading

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Britain’s WW2 Cabinet in 1939

The cabinet in 1939 consisted of the following: Rt. Hon. Arthur Neville Chamberlain, Prime Minister – Born in 1869, second son of Joseph Chamberlain was appointed Director  General of the National Service in 1916. Postmaster General in 1922, he was … Continue reading

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Why We Are At War – Part 2

>> continued from Part 1 << With what apprehension, then, and later with what hooror, did the outside world discern the phoenix-like growth in Germany of something which was all too plainly akin to the Prussianism which is was belieed the … Continue reading

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