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Diary July 25, 1940

Mobilization Swiss Army
As a precaution, the Swiss army has mobilized.
Diary for Thursday, July 25, 1940:


Switzerland: General Guisan, the C-in-C, addresses all Army officers on the Ruetli Meadow – the birthplace of Swiss independence in 1307 – and exhorts them to be ready, at a moment’s notice, to defend Swiss independence and liberties.

Sea War

Ju 87 Stukas and German E-boats launch series of attacks (repeated July 26) on Convoy CW.8: eight coasters sunk, five coasters and destroyers Boreas and Brilliant damaged.

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