Eighty years on. 14th November 1939

Historical

The Polish Government in Exile, led by General Sikorski, moved from Paris to London.

Hitler rejected the offer of mediation from Queen Wilhelmina of the Netherlands and King Leopold of the Belgians.  This offer had already been rejected by Winston Churchill in his speech two days previously (despite that he had no authority to speak for the British Government at this date).

The Franco-British alliance agreed to set up defensive lines on the River Dyle in Belgium if Germany were to attack.

Game day 75. Britain

1st and 2nd Battleship Flotillas reached the relative safety of Gibraltar.  Two empty convoys continued south-west across the North Atlantic towards the USA.

Background Image copyright Milton Bradley Games

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General Whiskers

Wargaming butterfly (mainly solo), unpainted model figure amasser, and Historical Re-enactor of the black powder era.

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