Advance Mobilization Orders for Polish Invasion are Given to German Railways Hot

Advance Mobilization Orders for Polish Invasion are Given to German Railways

Adolf Hitler Observes Nazi German Troops Marching in Poland

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Advance mobilization orders for the invasion of Poland are given to the railways. The Reichsbahn (German Reich Railways) will be needed to transport most of the troops and their equipment to the border.

Movements before mid-August, made with careful scheduling, didn't require any special mobilization. From today on, the Reichsbahn will have to stop special trains. As of August 18, extra security will begin appearing at all rail lines and installations.

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