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Diary September 12, 1939

Polish light 40 mm AA gun at the Bzura
Light 40-mm anti-aircraft gun of a Polish cavalry brigade in the midst of a destroyed position at the Bzura.
WW2 War Diary for Tuesday, September 12, 1939:

Poland

Germans rush reinforcements (including tank units) from Warsaw front to Bzura battle area (night 12-13). Poles begin fighting withdrawal from Bzura.

Sea War

Atlantic: US Navy begins regular neutrality patrols along entire length of Eastern Seaboard and in Caribbean in the Atlantic.

Politics

First meeting of Allied Supreme War Council (British and French Premiers, with their top political and military advisers) takes place at Abbeville.
General Gamelin reveals plans to call off Saar ‘Offensive’.

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