Anti-Aircraft Fire Drive?Off German Air
By United PressLONDON", Nov. 13.—German airplanes bombed the Shetland Islands today, the Admiralty announced. Except for broken windows in houses there was no damage. "Two attacks on the Shetland Islands were made today by enemy aircraft which were driven off by anti-aircraft fire," the Admiralty said. "Bombs were dropped but they did no damage. Some bombs fell into the sea and some fell on land, the explosions breaking the windows of houses."
A German airplane, it was learned, made a reconnoitering flight over the Shetland Islands last Tuesday and again Friday.
The Shetlands are north of Scotland. 600 miles from Germany. The target of the German raiders was not known. It was thought possible, however, that some units of the British fleet may have been, stationed at the Shetlands, although the major bases are further south in the Orkney Islands and the Firth of Forth area.
H e l s i n g f o r s R e c a l l sNegotiators From
By United PressHELSINFORS, Nov. 13. —Finnish - Soviet negotiations have "definitely ended" without agreement and the Finnish delegation to the Kremlin will return to Helsingfors tonight, Foreign Minister J. E. Errko announced today. The recall of the Finnish delegation ended negotiations, for the timeat least, on Russian territorial despute