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ROMANSHORN, Switzerland—One of main German airplane motor factories reported put out of action by French or British air raid on Friedrichshafen; (German high command denies raid occurred.)
BERGEN, Norway—Norwegian islanders believe naval engagement underway in North Atlantic where sounds of cannonading heard.
PARIS—French troops attack German positions in Haardt mountains; western front springs to life with, shelling across Rhine; French report artillery bombardment of main Siegfried fortifications.
BERLIN—Germany reports British destroyer sunk, eight French planes downed. Communique says "repeated raids made successfully on "military objects in Warsaw;" German high command prepares for long war.
MOSCOW—Soviet troops move toward demarcation line splitting Poland between Russia and Germany; Neva river closed to foreign shipping.
LONDON—By stepping up war preparations Britain replies to Mussolini's suggestion for calling off conflict; British freighter Hazelside sunk; information ministry tells of British propaganda leaflet raids over Germany.
BUDAPEST—Warsaw radio says new German bombardment costs more than 1,000 civilian lives; capital's defenders still holding out against encircling Germans.
SHANGHAI—Chinese say they have fought off major Japanese offensive in Central China.