Calendar and Summary for July 1939  
 
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  Summary of Significant Events for July 1939  
   
  The French government warned Germany that France fully intended to honor her promises to Poland.  The Soviet 1st Front Army counterattacked the Japanese in Outer Mongolia.  The Soviets forced the Japanese to withdraw across the river across the Khalkin Gol River.  In a speech before the House of Commons British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain reaffirmed support for Poland.  The U.S. government notified the Japanese government that it planned to abrogate the Treaty of Commerce and Navigation of 1911.  At a conference in Warsaw the Poles revealed to the French and British that they had broken the German Enigma coding machine.  The Danzig government presented two protest notes to the Polish government concerning illegal activities of Polish customs inspectors and frontier officials.  
   
  Events occurring in July 1939 with no specific dates  
     
   
     
   
 

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