740.00116 European War/11: Telegram
The Minister in Yugoslavia ( Lane ) to the Secretary of State
[Received 6:18 p.m.]
235. The Polish Military Attaché reports that the cities of Warsaw, Cracow and two or three others in that general area were bombarded on several occasions by German aviation.
General Majastorovic, Chief of the Military Intelligence Division, informs us that according to a telephone report from the Yugoslav Military Attaché in Warsaw a German attack was launched from East Prussia and the northern frontier of Poland which was repulsed, that [Page 543] 10 German airplanes were brought down, that a major offensive starting from Slovakia and southeastern Germany is said to have met with some success.