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Diary October 2, 1939


German soldiers are 'mopping up' Polish soldiers
German soldiers are ‘mopping up’ Polish soldiers still hided in Warsaw.
WW2 War Diary for Monday, October 2, 1939:

Politics

Pan-American Security Zone established. USA and Latin American States forbid naval and air operations in sea areas up to 600 miles (ca. 966 km) from their coasts.

Home Fronts

Special tribunals begin to deal with 50,000 enemy aliens registered in London area.

Occupied countries

Czechoslovakia: Czech National Army in Exile to be formed in France. Franco-Czech agreement signed.

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