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  3. 'VITAL' STORY BY HESS

    London, Thursday.—Soon after he parachuted over Scotland and was captured Rudolf Hess, Hitler's deputy, said he had vitally important information which he could given only to the Duke of Hamilton, with whom he ...

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  4. AUSTRALIA MADE IT

    Australian made [?]ughout, these Bren gun carriers were photographed lined up ready for despatch to the Army. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. GERMANY DEMANDS RIGHT TO SYRIA BASES

    LONDON, Thursday "There is evidence that German Planes are using Syrian aerodromes for flights to Iraq. Britain will take action against these planes. This is the only official statement issued today on Axis designs ...

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  6. BOMBERS TO SMASH U-BOATS

    NEW YORK, Thursday.—The Under-Secretary for the Navy (Mr. James Forrestal) has returned from Britain and reported on the results of his investigations to President Roosevelt. ...

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  7. Dehydrated Food by Plane

    NEW YORK, Wednesday.—Dr. Kenneth Farrell, a food chemist; declared to-day that the British people could be kept from ...

    Article : 43 words
  8. CONTINUAL RAIDS

    LONDON, Thursday. — Royal Air Force planes are making continual reconnaissance and 'bombing flights ...

    Article : 248 words
  9. DAMAGE TO TRUCKS

    A railway van and two trucks were derailed and damaged when a train struck another stationary train at ...

    Article : 108 words
  10. NAZI THRUST AT EGYPT BEATEN OFF

    CAIRO, Thursday. — A German five-pronged thrust against Egypt from the region of Sollum has failed and the ...

    Article : 181 words
  11. LONDON BEWARE SAYS HITLER

    LONDON, Thursday.—A message from Zurich says German officials: told foreign newspapermen in Berlin. that the Luftwaffe ...

    Article : 66 words
  12. INCREASED WAGES

    MELBOURNE, Thursday.— Mr. Justice O'Mara in the Arbitration. Court today, gave a warning. that ...

    Article : 152 words
  13. New City Stations Unlikely

    It is likely that the proposals to construct new rail-way stations at Hobart and Launceston will be dropped ...

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  14. SINISTER VON PAPEN: ANKARA ROLE

    Herr von Papen, German Ambassador to Ankara, on return from Berlin, has described himself as "the dove of peace." No more unlikely ...

    Article : 420 words
  15. BELITTLING HOME FORCE SOLDIERS

    PERTH, Thursday—The General Officer Commanding the Western Command (Major-General J. M. A. ...

    Article : 138 words
  16. FARMER SHUNS LIMELIGHT

    LONDON, Thursday. — Newsreel men, with cameras and sound recording apparatus to-day descended on David ...

    Article : 225 words
  17. CAUTION ABOUT JAPAN AIDING NAZIS IN WAR

    TOKIO, Thursday—Teelchi Mute the columnist of the newspaper "Hochi" to-day warned that should Japan succeed in the ousting British and America influence from the Netherlands East Indies it was unlikely that Germany would permit Japan a free ...

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  18. CASUALTY LIST

    MELBOURNE, Thursday — A Tasmanian casualty list issued to-day by army headquarters gives the following details:— ...

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  19. RAIDERLESS NIGHT FOR BRITAIN

    LONDON, Thursday.—No reports have been received of raiders over any part of England last night. Bombs were dropped over the east of Scotland. ...

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  20. PITH OF THE LEADERS

    IN HIS LONG resistance to Nazi pressure and intrigue the venerable Marshal Petain has provided the world with a ...

    Article : 234 words
  21. RUTHLESS DRAGOONING OF GREEK PEOPLE BY GESTAPO

    LONDON, Thursday.—The conditions' under .Gestapo rule in Greece are just as grim as in other countries. over- run by the Germans. "The Times' correspondent at ...

    Article : 457 words
  22. OLD WORLD GONE FOREVER, SAYS MR MENZIES

    NEW YORK. Wednesday. — Mr. Menzies at a press conference to-day declared that whatever was the war's outcome, the world as we knew it was ...

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  23. PROMOTIONS IN AIR FORCE

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—Air Commodore H. N. Wrigley (Air Member for Personnel) has been promoted to the acting. rank of Air Vice-Marshal, and ...

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  24. REINFORCEMENTS AT SINGAPORE

    SINGAPORE, Thursday.—It was announced officially to-day that further strong reinforcements of the navy. army and air force arrived last evening. ...

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  25. Heligoland Blitz

    LONDON, Wednesday.—R.A.F. bombers struck a sharp blow at Heligoland in full daylight yesterday, when they attacked in line, the Air Ministry news ...

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