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  3. EMPIRE FORCES BEGIN EVACUATION

    LONDON, Sunday.— After 12 days of what was undoubtedly the fiercest fighting of this war, the War Office announces that it has decided to evacuate our forces from Crete. ...

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  4. NAZI ADMIRAL'S SUICIDE

    LONDON, Sunday.—The Norwegian Telegraph Agency learns that Admiral Boehm, German naval ...

    Article : 86 words
  5. REVOLT SHATTERED IN IRAQ

    LONDON, Sunday.—The Mayor of Baghdad has been granted an armistice following the collapse of the revolt in Iraq and the flight to Iran (Persia) of the rebel Iraq leader, Rashid Ali. ...

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    Never as now has Britain had such need of these fine craftsmen whose work has always been the hall-mark of shipbuilding, and nobly are they responding to the call for ships and still more ships as Hitlor's U-boats intensify their murderous campaign on the high ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. U.S. RISKS ATTACK BY JAPANESE

    WASHINGTON, Saturday. —In the disposition of her Atlantic and Pacific fleets the United States should consider ...

    Article : 137 words
  8. SUBMARINE MASS RAID RUMOUR

    NEW YORK, Saturday.—In maritime circles it is rumoured that a mass submarine attack was made on a convoy ...

    Article : 246 words
  9. BISMARCK BATTERED HEAVILY

    LONDON, Sunday. — "The Bismarck's tonnage must have been something like 50,000 tons to withstand the punishment she received. She was undoubtedly far above anything we had thought of," said a naval officer who ...

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  10. AIR RAID ON DUBLIN

    LONDON, Sunday. — The air raid on Dublin on Friday night was comparable with some of the raids on ...

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  11. U.S PILOTS TO RESIGN TO FIGHT IN CHINA

    WASHINGTON, Saturday. — The United Press has learned on high authority that the army is permitting expert pilots and mechanics to ...

    Article : 153 words
  12. DANGER OF T.B. IN SHELTERS

    LONDON. Sunday.—"The Medical World" claims that an 18-years-old homeless girl victim of tuberculosis for whom the authorities were unable to ...

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  13. JAPANESE CLAIM VICTORY

    TOKIO. Saturday.— The Domei News Agency has broadcast an announcement that the Japanese crushingly defeated 200,000 Chungking troops in ...

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  14. WHERE IS METER?

    Even in the hectic days of war, the people of England keep as closely as they can to normal living conditions. This photograph emphasises the fact by the monthly visit of the gasmen even though his place of call may be bombed to bits. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  15. DARLAN UTTERS BITTER ATTACK ON BRITAIN : SECOND RAID ON ITALIAN SHIP IN TUNISIAN PORT

    LONDON, Sunday.—Admiral Darlan has made another bitter attack on Britain in the press of Occupied France, it is officially announced in Vichy that A second British air raid was made on the Tunisian port of. Sfax, and there are new reports that German troops are entering Syria. ...

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  16. PITH OF THE LEADERS

    THE war is still going against us. The succession of defeats of which Mr. Menzies spoke in Sydney last week continues. It is true ...

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  17. NAZIS ALLEGE TRICKERY

    BERLIN. Sunday.— Following allegations of the maiming of German soldiers in Crete, it is officially alleged that British troops were captured at a ...

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  18. VAST NEW YORK FIRE MAY BE SABOTAGE

    NEW YORK, Saturday.—A fire, possibly incendiary in origin, swept the Jersey City and Erie railroad terminal in New York, engulfing 35 ...

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  19. VICHY'S PLANS IN AFRICA

    LONDON, Friday.—Admiral Darlan is apparently preparing to reconquer Free French West Africa, in accordance with his recent ...

    Article : 202 words
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