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Diary September 15, 1939

Behind the front line in Warsaw 1939
Photo from this day taken at Nowe Brudno, a northern suburb of Warsaw. About 1500 m in front of the bombed houses runs the first line of defense.
WW2 War Diary for Friday, September 15, 1939:


Germans surround Warsaw and occupy Galician oilfields (southeast Poland).

Sea War

Atlantic: First British trans-Atlantic convoy sails from Kingston, Jamaica.


Romania: Government to grant asylum to Polish civilian refugees. Military personnel to be disarmed and interned.

Home Fronts

Germany: Germans broadcast interviews with British and NZ airmen captured during Wilhelmshaven raid (see September 4, 1939).

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