Reports of German infiltration into Syria continue to come in. French aircraft were seen from the Turkish coast flying from Rhodes to Syria. It ...Article : 1,191 words
The collection in Australia of money for donation to the British Government to enable it to purchase aircraft and other war equipment will be prohibited ...Article : 421 words
Details of a highly successful attack on an enemy convoy in the Mediterranean are given in a Royal Air Force communique from the Middle East. ...Article : 653 words
The Secretary of State (Mr Cordell Hull) told a Press conference today that the outlook from the standpoint of the Allies was serious. ...Article : 675 words
By 123 votes to 71 the all-Australian Trade Union Congress today reaffirmed its war policy, pledging the trade union movement to wholehearted support of the war effort. This decision was a defeat for advocates of a "democratic peace" and the militant unionists who attempted to upset ...Article : 317 words
COLONEL BURROWS examines a German tank captured by his unit. The tank was put out of action by rif[?]e fire while reconnoitring the outer defences of Tobruk. (Department of Information photo.) ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 32 words
The Prime Minister (Mr Menzies) said today after a meeting of the Advisory War Council that he would emphasise again to the British ...Article : 546 words
The Maritime Commission has ordered 14 Atlantic and Gulf coastal shipping operators to make available to Britain 50 per cent of their tonnage. This, it is ...Article : 244 words
Further experiments at the research station of the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research at Gilruth Plains, Queensland, have confirmed the ...Article : 289 words
William Lewis, 66, of Walker Street, was admitted to hospital this afternoon with incised razor wounds in his throat and on his arm, and his wife, Alice ...Article : 108 words
The Imperial War Graves Commission is appointing an advisory committee for recording the deaths of civilians killed by enemy acton. Already ...Article : 102 words
A number of young men between 18 and 20 attached to the anti-aircraft and coastal defence batteries who have been called up for the duration of the ...Article : 133 words
An Italian three-engined aeroplane was shot down by-British fighters into the sea off Malta. The crew were last seen on the wing of the plane. ...Article : 174 words
The best brains of the nation have been coopted by the Government in planning for post-war reconstruction and experts in various fields are ...Article : 164 words
It is learned in London that the Iraqi authorities in Kirkuk, whence the pipeline runs to Haifa, seem to be carrying out instructions from the new ...Article : 309 words
No further official statement has been issued regarding the British casualties in Crete, but the Berlin radio claims that 8000 British and 4000 Greek ...Article : 140 words
The Prime Minister (Mr Menzies) tonight appeal to recently graduated resident medical officers who intended to volunteer for service to do so as ...Article : 45 words
A general headquarters' communique states that Devarech, in Abyssinia, is the centre of stern fighting. It was retaken twice by the Italian ...Article : 206 words
At the resumed hearing of the charges of attempting to kill against Frank [?]ach, jun., Dr Colin Wark said that Detective Madsen had 17 pellet wounds ...Article : 315 words
The main road authorisations today include the construction of a bridge ever the O'Connell River on the northern highway between Mackay and Bowen, ...Article : 34 words
The victory loan passed the 10,000,000 dollar mark. Imperial Oil bought 5,000,000 dollars' worth, the largest single purchase so far. ...Article : 27 words
A civil airliner, piloted by an Australian, W. D. Anderson, D.F.C, and; carrying six passengers, is reported lost between the Scilly Isles and Penzance. ...Article : 59 words
Plans for post-war construction which are being formulated by the Commonwealth and States in collaboration will be so designed as to augment and not ...Article : 244 words
WASHINGTON, June 4. The War. Department today created a new inspection service designed to protect plants and Government ...Article : 37 words
Big Ben stopped at 10.13 last night, but a Nazi bomb was not responsible. This morning a workman's hammer was found jammed in the works and ...Article : 61 words
The Polish correspondent of "The Times" states that General Sikorski, in a speech to the Polish National Council, revealed that a Polish brigade in ...Article : 86 words
The Australian air officer, Air Marshal Sir Arthur Longmore was received at Buckingham Palace today. Mis Majesty conferred on Sir Arthur the Order of ...Article : 109 words
Tod Morgan, 9.12½, Australian lightweight champion, won on a foul against Dick Patrick, 9.13½, who previously was undefeated, in the fifth round of a 12 ...Article : 107 words
Dr Dale Stahle, at the American Medical Association's convention, said that the annual deaths in the United States from pneumonia should fall from ...Article : 80 words
The new indoor shelter, caliea the "Morrison shelter," successfully passed a gruelling test during the raid on the Merseyside. A bomb scored a direct hit ...Article : 91 words
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