WW2 War Diary for Thursday, October 5, 1939:
End of Polish campaign. Germans ‘mopping up’ Polish troops still at large between river Vistula and river Bug.
Hitler flies to Warsaw and reviews victory parade.
105,000 Polish Soldiers escaped abroad to Romania and will become the Polish armed forces in exile.
Soviet-Latvian Mutual Assistance Pact. Soviet forces to be based in Latvia.
France: Chamber of Deputies prorogued and 26 Communist deputies arrested.
POLISH CAMPAIGN LOSSES:
|POWs||-||967,000 (750,000 to Germany)||-|