Lomza is occupied

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Lomza is occupied - -The -The East Prussian third reserve class...
-The -The East Prussian third reserve class participated in crossing the Narew at Wiezna, the communique said, and Lomza was occupied. Lom za is northeast of Warsaw. The communique did not mention the German column cutting across southern Poland toward Lwow in an effort to slash Polish lines of communication toward Rumania, but earlier that group had been reported reported at Jaroslaw, within less than 60 miles of Lwow. There actually were five sectors of serious fighting. These were reported by the Nazis as follows: 1 The East Prussian army at the extreme northeastern end of the front bridged the Narew River at Nowgorod and Wizna, 85 miles southeast of Warsaw, and took the town of Lomza. 2 North of Warsaw, roughly over a 30-mile 30-mile 30-mile stretch, the Germans and Poles seemed to be fighting, sometimes sometimes hand-to-hand, hand-to-hand, hand-to-hand, hand-to-hand, hand-to-hand, in the area between the Narew and Bug

Clipped from The Pittsburgh Press11 Sep 1939, MonPage 1

The Pittsburgh Press (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania)11 Sep 1939, MonPage 1
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