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Diary February 10, 1940

Renault chenillette d'Infanterie Type UE
An unarmed armored transporter Renault chenillette d’Infanterie Type UE in February 1940 in use in France.
Diary for Saturday, February 10, 1940:

Western Front

French communiqué reads: Rien a signaler (‘Nothing to report’).

Sea War

Atlantic: Six German merchant ships leave Vigo, Spain to run the blockade. Allied warships intercept four; one runs aground off North Norway and one (Wangoni) reaches Kiel.
Dutch government announces decision to build three battlecruisers (with technical assistance from Italy) for defense of Dutch East Indies (they are never completed).

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