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  2. NAZIS THROWN OUT OF CERNAUTI

    LOSS OF CERNAUTI, CAPITAL OF THE RUMANIAN PROVINCE OF BUKOVINA, IS ADMITTED BY THE GERMANS IN THEIR COMMUNIQUE TODAY. This admission follows swiftly on last night's Soviet ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    WITH TYPICAL DIGGER informality, these Australians serving in Dutch New Guinea attempted to make friends with a little Kai Kai native baby in the area near their camp. But their smiles brought only yells and tears. Left to right are Pte K. S. Bland, Cpl J. Mulline, Cpl G. Jacques, and Pte P. J. O'Shay. This picture and those on page 7—first published photographs of Australians in Dutch New Guinea—were taken ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 80 words
  4. FRENCH RAIL TARGETS BOMBED AGAIN

    The 13th attack this month on railway targets in France was made by the RAF last night. Observers believe these raids ...

    Article : 180 words
  5. ONLY SEVEN PLANES SEEN AT RABAUL

    Destruction of Rabaul's air strength is almost complete, Only seven Japanese aircraft were seen when bombers from ...

    Article : 189 words
  6. US GUERILLAS HELP TITO IN JUGOSLAVIA

    It is revealed that specially trained "American guerilla fighters are operating with the British and Jugoslav forces ...

    Article : 63 words
  7. ATTACKS ON BEACHHEAD DRIVEN BACK

    Two small German counterattacks on the Anzio beachhead have been repulsed; artillery duels continue at Cassino; ...

    Article : 273 words
  8. 80,000 YORKSHIRE MINERS CEASE WORK

    The number of miners striking in Yorkshire over the price of the coal they are using in their own homes has reached 80,000, with 46 pits ...

    Article : 36 words
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  10. RUMANIA LIKE FRANCE BEFORE COLLAPSE

    The situation in Rumania today was similar to that in France before the collapse, Moscow Radio said today. ...

    Article : 98 words
  11. REGIMENTAL TREASURES BURIED IN BURMESE JUNGLE

    Buried somewhere in the depths of the Burmese jangle lies the regimental silver of the King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry. Its ...

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