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  3. ASMARA CAPITULATES

    LONDON, Wednesday.—Another blow was struck at the tottering Fascist Empire when Imperial troops forced the surrender of Asmara, the Exitrean capital, yesterday. The brief communique announcing the new success, read, "Asmara capitulated to our troops ...

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  4. AUSTRALIA GUARDS ITALIAN GATE

    This imposing gateway, which leads into a fort, formerly the Italian Garrison Headquarters at Tocra, was taken during the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 37 words
  5. GRAVE CRISIS IN YUGOSLAVIA, BERLIN DECLARES

    LONDON, Wednesday.—German officials in Berlin declared to-day that "a grave crisis exists between Germany and Yugoslavia." Further German press allegations of Yugoslav terrorism against ...

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  6. "MAY SOON BE U.S. CONVOYS"

    NEW YORK, Tuesday.—"It is the belief among almost all informed persons here that convoying of goods to Britain will be undertaken soon," writes Raymond Clapper, "The World Telegram" columnist to-day. ...

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  7. MR. CHURCHILL TO MAKE WAR STATEMENT

    LONDON, Tuesday.—Mr. Churchill told the House of Commons to-day that he would make a statement on the war ...

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  8. British Officer Shot in Prison Camp

    LONDON, Tuesday.—Enquiries made through the United States had established that Lieutenant Dees, of the 6th ...

    Article : 136 words
  9. VICHY PROTEST ABOUT CONVOY BRUSH

    WASHINGTON, Tuesday.—The Vichy Ambassador (M. Henry Haye) to-day delivered to the State ...

    Article : 560 words
  10. FIVE BOMBERS SHOT DOWN

    LONDON, Wednesday.—Germany lost line bombers over Britain yesterday. Three were destroyed by lighters within an hour. ...

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  11. FACTORIES CLOSE

    WASHINGTON, Tuesday.—The defence industries strikes took on a new cloak to-day. A non-unionist miner ...

    Article : 296 words
  12. BATTLESHIP LAST SEEN AWASH

    ALEXANDRIA, Tuesday.—When last seen in the naval battle in the Ionian Sea, the Italian battleship of the ...

    Article : 146 words
  13. ATTACK ON RELEASE OF INTERNEES

    CANBERRA, Wednesday.—Certain releases from internment camps have been against the best interests ...

    Article : 70 words
  14. ITALIAN FORCE SURRENDERS

    ATHENS, Tuesday.—A Greek communique saying that an artillery patrol repulsed an enemy detachment, taking 80 prisoners, including an ...

    Article : 76 words
  15. DUCE "REMAKES EMPIRE," —MATSUOKA

    LONDON, Tuesday.—Tactfully, at a banquet in Rome to-day, the Japanese Foreign Minister (Mr. Matsuoka) ...

    Article : 213 words
  16. MINISTER DENIES CHARGE

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—The Minister for Works and Local Government (Mr. Martin) to-day denied allegations by Mr. Falstein, M.H.R.. that he had ...

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  17. CANNOT ASSIGN PAY

    CANBERRA, Wednesday.—National security regulations gazetted to-day protect allotments of pay of members of the defence forces and their ...

    Article : 56 words
  18. R.A.F. Sink Italian Destroyer

    LONDON, Wednesday.—An Italian destroyer of the Pantera class has been sunk by aircraft off the Italian Red Sea naval port of Massawa, and ...

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  19. GERMANY AND ITALY DEMAND U.S.

    WASHINGTON, Tuesday,—Germany and Italy have demanded that the United States release Axis ships taken into "protective custody" during the week-end, and that members of the crews be freed, it was learned from reliable ...

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  20. ITALIAN LINER AS RAIDER?

    SHANGHAI, TUESDAY.—The Associated Press of America correspondent quotes an unconfirmed report that the 18 765-ton Italian liner Conte ...

    Article : 75 words
  21. PITH OF THE LEADERS

    APPARENTLY the money and time expended on the enquiry into the Hydro-Electric Commission were completely ...

    Article : 254 words
  22. STRONG POST OF BRITISH EMPIRE

    The Malayan Peninsula, with Singapore at its southern tip, is a gathering place of Empire troops, including Australians. The stronghold is [?]. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  23. Revolt Narrowly Averted in Italy

    NEW YORK. Tuesday.—Americans who have just returned from Italy said to-day that Mussolini averted a revolution recently by sending Cabinet ...

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  24. Pro-British Minister in Japan

    TOKIO, Wednesday.—The reputedly pro-British Mr. Masatsune Ogura. head of the vast Sumitomo interests, has accepted the post of Minister Without ...

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  25. YOUNG OFFICER HONOURED

    LONDON, Wednesday.—Pilot Officer Eric Lock, of the R.A.F., who is thought to be the youngest officer in any of the three services, limped before ...

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  26. British G.-in-C. at Manila

    MANILA, Tuesday—Air Chief Marshal Sir Robert Brooke-Popham. Commander-in-Chief in the Far East, to-day called on Admiral Hart. ...

    Article : 72 words
  27. ALIENS MAY ENLIST

    CANBERRA, Wednesday—Approved aliens who are not enemy aliens may obtain commissions or enlist in the fighting forces, under national ...

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