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Diary November 27, 1939

Japanese Type 89 medium tanks and infantry advancing
Japanese Type 89 medium tanks and infantry advancing in China. The Japanese flags on the tanks are for identifications for their planes.
War Diary for Monday, November 27, 1939:


Sino-Japanese War: Japanese capture Nanning, important rail head in southwest China.

Sea War

British Government orders seizure of German exports on the high seas in reprisal for magnetic mine campaign.


Norway: Nobel Committee of Norwegian Parliament announces cancellation of 1939 Nobel Peace Prize.

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