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Diary January 4, 1940

Polish troops in French uniforms
Polish troops of Army in Exile at France in French uniforms. They bear the Polish eagle on the French Adrian helmet.
War Diary WW2 for Thursday, January 4, 1940:

Occupied countries

Poland: Franco-Polish military agreement: Polish Army in Exile at France to be equipped and maintained at French expense.

Finland

Winter War: First contingent of Norwegian volunteers leaves Oslo for Finland.

Home Fronts

Britain: All merchant shipping requisitioned.
Germany: Göring appointed head of German war economy in an effort to beat the Allied blockade.

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