September 11 - British mines in the North Sea

British ships and aircrafts begin the operation of mine laying the North Sea and the English Channel to reduce German surface raiders in those areas. The main idea is to close the Kriegsmarine in the German harbors allowing the British and French bombers to hunt them there. In reality, German Naval units will play their part and their major adversaries will not be the laid mines.

In Poland tens of thousands of soldiers are captured as the last efforts of the Poznan Army are destroyed by German reinforcements. Soon the OKW, the German High Command, will be able to end these pockets of resistance and concentrate in the siege of Warsaw.

French and British High Commands gather in the first Supreme War Council.

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