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Cameraman (Article), The Mail (Adelaide, SA : 1912 - 1954), Saturday 4 April 1942 page Article 2014-12-20 03:04 on Wong's head.
on Wong's head. ||
Cameraman (Article), The Mail (Adelaide, SA : 1912 - 1954), Saturday 4 April 1942 page Article 2014-12-20 03:04 (left), which graphically de
(left), which graphically de-
Cameraman (Article), The Mail (Adelaide, SA : 1912 - 1954), Saturday 4 April 1942 page Article 2014-12-20 03:04 NEWSREEL WONG, famous 3^.
Chinese war photographer, who '
NEWSREEL WONG, famous
Chinese war photographer, who
Cameraman (Article), The Mail (Adelaide, SA : 1912 - 1954), Saturday 4 April 1942 page Article 2014-12-20 03:03 NEWSREEL WONG, famous 3^.
Chinese war photographer, who '
(left), which graphically de
M ? 1
on Wong's head.
NEWSREEL WONG, famous
Chinese war photographer, who
(left), which graphically de-

on Wong's head. ||
Cameraman (Article), The Mail (Adelaide, SA : 1912 - 1954), Saturday 4 April 1942 page Article 2014-12-20 03:02 NEWSREEL WONG, famous 3^.
Chinese war photographer, who '
is now in Melbourne. He was
responsible for the picture
(left), which graphically de
picted the horror bombing by
the Japanese of the Shanghai
Railway Station. For this
picture, the Japanese put a price
M ? 1
on Wong's head.











Cameraman (Article), The Mail (Adelaide, SA : 1912 - 1954), Saturday 4 April 1942 page Article 2014-12-20 03:02 [photo] NEWSREEL WONG, famous
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on Wong's head.
NEWSREEL WONG, famous

on Wong's head. ||
THE WAR CLOUD. RUSSIA DETERMINED. PREPARING FOR HOSTILITIES. LONDON, December 30. (Article), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931), Friday 1 January 1904 page Article 2014-12-18 22:55 Marine Affairs and who is accounted n
The opinions on lb* ratnatien in the Par
East of the Jarajnese and rtuatian repre
ontatrrea ia the United States nave been
nacertaunr-d at WiiabiDgtotl. j
Baron Talmbira, the Japanese Minister, ;
states that the situation ia causing great j
concern, and that Japan is rarcpnrmg for
th« worn,
iii. Cassini, the Russian Ambiuodor,
takes a more, hopeful view, sand thiaki» that,
it is «tul possible to avoid WIT.
Baron Takahira and M. Oiassini are both i
rr-iiisjjrag offers of orvice under their re-1
rçocsxm flaca, which have been made by '
numerous Aaaei-iertna anxious to gain mili- i
lory experience.
KING EDWaUlD AND THE CZAB.
Lord Knolly», private stxrretary to the
King, denice that kal Map-arty baa engaged
to visit, the Czar (hiring the t^aoing seaaen.
LONDON, B«xesiber 3*.
Marine Affairs and who is accounted a
The opinions on the situation in the Far-
East of the Japanese and Russian repre-
sentatives in the United States have been
ascertained at Washington.
Baron Takahira, the Japanese Minister,
states that the situation is causing great
concern, and that Japan is preparing for
the worst.
M. Cassini, the Russian Ambassador,
takes a more hopeful view, and thinks that
it is still possible to avoid war.
Baron Takahira and M. Cassini are both
refusing offers of service under their re-
spective flags, which have been made by
numerous Americans anxious to gain mili-
tary experience.
KING EDWARD AND THE CZAR.
Lord Knellyn, private secretary to the
King, denies that his Majesty has engaged
to visit the Czar during the coming season.
LONDON, December 31.
THE WAR CLOUD. RUSSIA DETERMINED. PREPARING FOR HOSTILITIES. LONDON, December 30. (Article), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931), Friday 1 January 1904 page Article 2014-12-18 22:14 ready for all emergencies. _
ready for all emergencies.
THE WAR CLOUD. RUSSIA DETERMINED. PREPARING FOR HOSTILITIES. LONDON, December 30. (Article), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931), Friday 1 January 1904 page Article 2014-12-18 22:11 GERMAT, PRESS ASSQWKmSEST
"JAEAN MUST FIGHT.*'
The Ber&aer Loka! Anreiger, a Berlin
newspaper, aanouneee that Japan bas in-
formed the Potrera that it is imposachlo to
saatntain the present situation, and that
Japan must declare war if Rtasia docs not
immediately accept her deojanas.
It is reported in Bemi-ofBeiaJ pn-rdea in
Berlin that the Geraum Government is
aware that Japan is moMiarng force» with
the object of eniorcing the rvprpfcntaations
«he baa aoade through her caplomatic repre
sratat-ws. It is thought that Russia will
dasrega-rd the landan»; of tsoopa by Japnn
in the south af Korea.
miXFIâCHNQ (msiotis.
JiPAN PRl^AlsINO FOR THE
TaONDON. aX-re-nbcx 31.
IaONDON, Tatseeinber 3L
GERMAN PRESS ANNOUNCEMENT
"JAPAN MUST FIGHT."
The Berliner Lokal Anzeiger, a Berlin
newspaper, announces that Japan has in-
formed the Powers that it is impossible to
maintain the present situation, and that
Japan must declare war if Russia does not
immediately accept her demands.
It is reported in semi-official circles in
Berlin that the German Government is
aware that Japan is mobilising forces with
the object of enforcing the representations
she has made through her diplomatic repre-
sentatives. It is thought that Russia will
disregard the landing of troops by Japan
in the south of Korea.
CONFLICTING OPINIONS.
JAPAN PREPARING FOR THE
LONDON, December 31.
LONDON, December 31.
THE WAR CLOUD. RUSSIA DETERMINED. PREPARING FOR HOSTILITIES. LONDON, December 30. (Article), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931), Friday 1 January 1904 page Article 2014-12-18 22:04 trigue. _
trigue.

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