Tuesday, 18 June, 2024
12September 1939

Allies meet to decide how to fight Germany

Today the Anglo-French Supreme War Council met for the first time.

The meeting, held in Abbeville, has the purpose of discussing the coordination of British and French troops in Europe. In attendance was the British Prime Minister, Neville Chamberlain, and the French Prime Minister, Édouard Daladier, along with other politicians and military leaders from both countries.

At the meeting, the two allied nations discussed possible military actions. The French Prime Minister was said to be eager for an aggressive move against Germany. It is said he is concerned about ebbing morale and inactivity amongst the larger French army, who have had very little to do since war was declared last week.

Also today, the Czech army in exile was established in France.

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