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 September 1939

25 September 1939

: German

home front measures begin with

food rationing.

 

 : Soviet air activity in Estonia.

 

 

Soviet troops along the Estonian border include 600 tanks and 600 aircraft and 160 000 men.

In Poland…

The Germans issue a second ultimatum to

the Polish Warsaw garrison.

Meanwhile,

German forces step up their bombardment of Warsaw

and add heavy air attacks to it.

 

Some 400 Luftwaffe bombers and

 

Stuka dive bombers make repeated sorties, starting significant fires.

Hitler

wishes to complete the conquest as soon as possible and since the garrison is fairly strong, it is necessary to force them to submit by terrorizing the civilian population. The bombing continues until the surrender.

In Berlin…

 

Hitler issues his fourth war directive, ordering

 

increased attacks

on Allied shipping

a swift conclusion to the war in Poland.

In the North Atlantic… After a near miss in an air attack,

 

German propaganda claims that the British aircraft carrier Ark Royal has been sunk. This is the first of several such false claims during the coming months. The attack also marks the debut of the German Ju88 bomber.

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 September 1939

24 September 1939
In Poland…

German forces

isolate Modlin Fortress, north of Warsaw; reports from Warsaw suggest heavy casualties among those in the city including wounded in hospitals.

 

Meanwhile, Soviet forces

enter the Galician oilfields.

In the North Atlantic…

German U-boats sink

a Swedish steamer carrying timber

and a British cargo ship.

In the United States… The American Farmer arrives in New York harbor with 29 survivors of the crew of the British steamer Kafristan, sunk by a German U-boat. Passengers and the master of the American Farmer said that

while the survivors were still in their boats a British airplane swooped down

on the German submarine, spraying its deck with machine gun fire and dropping bombs, one of which fell on the conning tower.

Over Germany…

French bombers strike

 

the German Zeppelin base at Friedrichshafen.

On the Western Front…

French artillery fires on the German border

 

: Soviet air force

violates Estonian airspace.

 

The Estonians negotiate with Molotov in Moscow.

Molotov warns the Estonians that if the Soviet Union doesn’t get military bases in Estonia, it will be forced to use “more radical actions”.

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23 September 1939

 

In Berlin…

The German government issues a statement claiming that all organized fighting in Poland has ended.

 

It states “The Polish Army of a million men has been defeated, captured, or routed.

No single Polish active or reserve division escaped this fate.

Only fractions of individual groups were able to avoid immediate destruction by fleeing into the swamps of eastern Poland. They succumbed there to

Soviet troops.

Of the entire Polish army only an insignificant remainder still is fighting at hopeless positions

 in Warsaw,

in Modlin

and on the Hela Peninsula.”

 

 

1939-09-23 for page-1. Bismarck Tribune.

Ill Duce Relfirm Neotrality


In Germany… Wireless sets are confiscated from all Jews.

On the Western Front… German forces are reported to be counterattacking with no success.

In Rome…

Mussolini restates the Italian intention to remain neutral unless attacked, following a policy to “strengthen our army in preparation for any eventualities and support every possible peace effort while working in silence.” He also suggests that the “liquidation” of Poland presents an opportunity for a European peace settlement.

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September.20th

: German submarine U-27 is sunk with depth

charges from the British destroyers HMS Fortune

and

HMS Forester.

 

21 September 1939

Romanian Prime Minister Armand Călinescu

is assassinated

 

by the Iron Guard,

 

 

an ultra-nationalistic group in Romania.


In Bucharest… The Romanian Prime Minister, Armand Calinescu, is murdered by members of the Iron Guard, a fascist organization.

Assassins blocked the path of his car with a wooden cart

and fired pistol shots into him and his bodyguards.

The assailants then forcibly enter a radio station and broadcast that “the death sentence on Calinescu has been executed.” They are later overpowered and shot to death at the location of their murder of the prime minister. A large crowd is present. Their bodies are left to lie there for the next 24 hours.

The assassination is in apparent retaliation for the tolerant, even sympathetic, attitude of the Romanian government toward Poland, exemplified by the acceptance of Polish military and civilian refugees.


In Poland…

German forces intensify the artillery bombardment of key points in Warsaw.

In Occupied Poland..

. Nazi occupation authorities initiate

 

“The Heydrich Plan”

which involves the deportation of 600,000 Jews from

Danzig

and western Poland

to

central Poland to be concentrated in urban ghettoes.

In Luxemburg… Radio Luxemburg closes down.

In London… The British government publishes its Blue Book of prewar diplomatic documents.

 

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19 September 1939
In Danzig…

Hitler makes

a triumphal entry into the formerly free city

and makes a foreign policy speech that seems to offer conciliation with France and Britain, suggesting that the war could be concluded on the basis of the German territorial gains already achieved. He also swears that Danzig will be German forever and that Germany will fight to the bitter end, if necessary.


In Poland…

The Soviet advance reaches the Hungarian frontier.

In the north Vilna (Wilno) is taken.

The Soviets link up with the Germans at

Brest Litovsk,

which is given up to the Soviets according to the provisions of the secret agreement of August 23, 1939.

Meanwhile, about 30,000 Polish troops reach Warsaw after fighting their way out of

Kutno.

 German bombers being a continuing assault on Warsaw, initially striking utilities and other essential public facilities.

Also,

the battle of Bzura ends

with the surrender of 100,000 officers and men of the defeated Polish Pomorze and Poznan armies (consisting of 19 Polish divisions). In eastern Poland, German forces surround

 

Lvov.

In France…

 

The first British army corps lands

 

in France.

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18 September 1939

: Polish President Ignacy Mościcki

 

and Commander-in-Chief Edward Rydz-Śmigły leave Poland for Romania, where they are both interned;

Russian forces reach

Vilnius

 

and Brest-Litovsk.

 

Polish

submarine escapes from

Tallinn

Estonia‘s neutrality is questioned by the Soviet Union and Germany.

In Romania… The Polish president, Moscicki, and the Commander in Chief, Rydz-Smigly, enter Romania and are interned. They leave behind messages telling their troops to fight on.


In Poland… Soviet forces have advanced 100 km into Poland, meeting little resistance.

The German 3rd and 10th armies begin attacking Warsaw. Members of the Polish cipher bureau, with vital knowledge of the German Enigma code, flee the country and head for Paris.

In Copenhagen,

Helsinki,

Oslo,

Stockholm

and Reykjavik…

In simultaneous announcements, Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden and Iceland declare that they intend to continue trading with all belligerents to protect their economic existence.

In Berlin… A week after making his first broadcast to Britain,

the Irish ex-Mosleyite William Joyce is given a contract with German radio.

In the North Atlantic…

SS Kensington Court is shelled

and sunk by a German U-boat;

 

 

2 RAF Sunderland flying boats rescue 34 men

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September,12th.1939

: General Gamelin

orders a halt to the French advance into Germany.

On September 12, the Anglo French Supreme War Council gathered for the first time at

Abbeville in France.

It was decided that all offensive actions were to be halted immediately. By then, the French divisions have advanced approximately eight kilometres into Germany on a 24 kilometres long strip of the frontier

in the Saarland area.

Maurice Gamelin ordered his troops to stop not closer than 1 kilometre from the German positions along the Siegfried Line. Poland was not notified of this decision.


On the Western Front… French forces have now advanced about 5 miles (8 km) into Germany on a 15-mile (24 km) frontage in the Saarland region.

The French claim that the action has forced the Germans to withdraw 6 divisions from Poland, although British observers express doubts.

The advance places the front within half a mile of the Siegfried Line and a frontal assault on this defensive system is considered to be out of the question. General Gamelin calls an end to the Saar offensive.


In Poland… Some of List’s troops are

fighting near Lvov

while others are

moving north from their bridgeheads over the San.

The Polish army

 

around Poznan, the one that was to have marched on Berlin, unexpectedly turns about and attempts to take the German 8th Army in the flank.

This is the start of

the violent battle of

the Bzura River.

Polish troops push

the German forces 12 miles south of Kutno

 

and recapture Lowicz.

 

Gdynia

is

evacuated by the Poles.

Luftwaffe planes bomb

 

Krzemieniec (Kremenets)

in eastern Poland, a declared open village where the diplomatic community from Warsaw has sought refuge.

In Bucharest…

The German Foreign Minister,

von Ribbentrop, demands that the Romanians not give asylum to Polish officials crossing the border and threatens military action in case of noncompliance.

. Meanwhile,

a Czech army-in-exile is formed.

In Britain… The home office opens an inquiry into blackout rules.

In the North Atlantic…

The US Navy begins regular neutrality patrols along the entire length of the eastern seaboard

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