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  3. GERMAN ARMY FAILS IN LIGHTNING THRUST ON RUSSIA

    The result of eight days' fighting in the RussoGerman war permits the following conclusions: a lightning victory failed; the co-operation of the German fronts has been disrupted and the spirit of the German army ...

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  4. GERMAN SPIES OPERATING IN AMERICA

    The Federal Bereau of Investigation has announced that 26 men and three women, believed to have worked together ...

    Article : 206 words
  5. ALLIED ARMY STEADILY ADVANCES IN SYRIA

    The Allied forces in Syria continue to progress steadily in most sectors. The main objectives are Beirut, Homs and Palmyra, with Palmyra the chief centre of Vichy resistance. Here the Allies are being subjected ...

    Article : 694 words
  6. WOMEN AS GOODS PORTERS.

    Two hundred and fifty women are employed by the L.M.S. Railway as goods porters in the Midlands and the North of England, as a substitute for male labour where that is not available. These women, wearing their thick aprons, are certainly ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. U..S. Marshals Science for War

    President Roosevelt has announced the creation of an office of Scientific Research and Development as a step to ...

    Article : 71 words
  8. War Materials Reaching Middle East

    The Alexandria correspondent of the "Daily Express" says that the arrival is awaited of 40 freighters, ...

    Article : 94 words
  9. VICHY ENDS RELATIONS WITH SOVIET

    It is stated officially at Vichy that the Government has broken, off relations with Russia, because diplomatic and ...

    Article : 95 words
  10. LADY GOWRIE

    Her Excellency the Lady Gowrie, wife of the GovernorGeneral (Lord Gowrie) was taken suddenly ill with ...

    Article : 51 words
  11. R.A.A.F. IN SYRIA

    Fourteen Vichy aircraft and petrol and ammunition dumps were destroyed by Australian Tomahawks during raids on hostile air fields in Syria ...

    Article : 135 words
  12. "BUSH ARTILLERY"

    Cooks, camp orderlies and batmen are using captured Italian guns against the- Germans in the Tobru[?] area, according to a correspondent ...

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  13. DEFENCE OF ALASKA

    As a result of the outbreak of the Russo-German war, the Administration, as a precautionary measure, is accelerating the strengthening of ...

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  14. WAR BUDGET

    Despite the fact that its proportions will set a new record the 1941/42 Budget, which will be brought down probably in the ...

    Article : 160 words
  15. MORATORIUM

    The Prime Minister (Mr. Menzies) indicated yesterday that Cabinet intended to discuss the question of a moratorium to meet cases of distress ...

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  16. WEEK'S AIR LOSSES

    Between dusk on June 21 and dusk on June 28, 183 German planes were shot down, compared with 65 lost by Britain. During the period ...

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  17. VOICES FROM MIDDLE EAST.

    SYDNEY, Monday.—Another batch of recordings of "voices from overseas" in which men of the A.I.F. send messages and cheerio calls to ...

    Article : 62 words
  18. PETROL RESTRICTIONS IN SPAIN.

    MADRID, Sunday.—Petrol rations in Spain are being drastically reduced from July 1. Touring cars of over 18 h.p. are no longer allowed on the ...

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  19. WAR TAXATION

    The Premier of Western Australia (Mr. Willcock) said to-night that the statements by the Treasurer (Mr. Fadden) regarding the refusal of the ...

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  20. Japanese Doubt Axis Aims

    Japan will be faced with the greatest problem if the Axis hegemony extends across the Urals into Asiatic Russia, declarad the Army organ, "Kokumin," in an editorial. It asserted that Outer Mongolia and Northern China ...

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  21. CALL UP IN AMERICA.

    HYDC PARK (N.Y.), Sunday.—President Roosevelt has issued an executive order authorising the induction of 900,000 new conscripts to the army ...

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  22. CHEESE COMMANDEERED.

    Under regulations gazetted yesterday 30 per cent, of all cheese manufactured by the factory of Roy Diprose, Ringarooma (Tasmania). In July ...

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  23. U.S. DEFICIT.

    WASHINGTON, Bun day.—The United Stales will end the 1941 fiscal year on Monday with a Treasury deficit of approximately £250,000,000—the ...

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