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  3. DIGGERS FIRST IN TOBRUK!

    LONDON, Thursday—The town of Tobruk and most of its defences are in British hands, The entry of Australian troops into the town itself at midday yesterday—Only 36 hours after the attack began—marked a decisive phase in a battle much more ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  4. TROUBLE IN BALKANS

    LONDON, Wednesday.—Bulgaria has been assured by Col. Donovan, the special United States envoy in the Balkans, that America is watching her present policy sympathetically. ...

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  5. FIGHTING FOR FREE FRANCE

    Spahis the famous desert-bred cavalry of France proud and fearless men to whom freedam is the breath of life. After the French collapse they rode from syria and jointed the forces of Free France under General de Gaulle. swooping like eagles spahis spur ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. MALTA FACES THREAT OF INVASION

    MALTA, Wednesday.—The Governor of Malta has decreed conscription for all because the Italian and German air attacks ...

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  7. PRIZE PRISONERS

    LONDON Thursday—Prisoners taken at Tobruk number 14,000, it was officially stated this afternoon. ...

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  8. NEW BADGES FOR ALL BRANCHES OF WAR SERVICE

    MELBOURNE, Thursday.—Seven different types of badges which have been approved by War Cabinet will be made available soon for issue to rejected ...

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  9. GRAZIANI LOSES TWO-THIRDS OF ENTIRE ARMY

    CAIRO, Thursday.—Marshal Graziani has lost two- thirds of his entire Libyan army, British general headquarters here announced to-day. The eliminated forces comprise the ...

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  10. TAKE TWO SHIPS

    LONDON, Wednesday.—While the attack on Tobruk was in progress, with the Navy assisting, a British desk' ...

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  11. AUSTRALIAN NAVY PLAYS PART

    CANBERRA, Thursday.—Australian destroyers, under the command of Captain H. M. L. Waller, D.S.O., R.A.N., ...

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  12. LABOUR'S POLICY ON WAR

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—The proposal of the Official Labour Party in New South Wales for a special interstate conference to review the budget and ...

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  13. SHIP STRIKE SETTLED

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—The strike of seamen on a vessel scheduled to sail for the tropics was settled to-day. The striking crew decided by a large ma- ...

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  14. MEN WHO ARE IN CHARGE

    Air Chief-Marshal Sir Robert Brooke-Popham, Commander-in-chief in the Far East. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  15. LEAVING BY PLANE FOR POINTS EAST

    An itlian general, escorted by a British officer, leaving the scene of desert defeat to join a plane taking him a prisoner. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  16. BRITISH FARTHER INTO ERITREA

    LONDON Wednesday—The British forces are keeping up the pressure on the enemy in East Africa and ...

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  17. THANKSGIVING DAY FOR TOBRUK'S FALL

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—The Prime Minister (Mr. Menzies) to-day asked churches through- out Australia to observe next ...

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  18. ITALY ATTACKS IN ALBANIA

    LONDON, Wednesday.—While the Greeks in Albania are fortifying their lines in the expectation of an early Italian counter offensive, British ...

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  19. PITH OF THE LEADERS

    IT HAS BEEN indicated that the Loan Council meeting set down for next week is likely to develop into an informal ...

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  20. SHIPBUILDING PLANS

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—A small executive commission or committee headed by the Minister for Munitions ...

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  21. BIGGER POPULATION SOUGHT IN JAPAN

    TOKIO, Wednesday.—Substantial increases in the population are the aim of a new policy announced by Cabinet to-day. Cabinet asserts that the population ...

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  22. COMFORTS LOST

    LONDON, Thursday.—lt is learned that an important consignment of clothing and comforts from Australia intended for Australian ...

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