The U.S. Slate Department has released the text of documents outlining tentative plans for a world security organisation as drafted at the Dumbarton Oaks conference. Britain, America, Russia and China, agreed that ...Article : 1,780 words
Dover is the saddest town I have seen. London's scars have a certain grandeur, but Dover is just a little town which has been pounded into shabbiness. A dust pall seems to hang over it still, and people who danced and shouted in the streets when they heard that the guns ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 870 words
Mr. Churchill's visit to Moscow is officially describsd as a sequel to the Quebec Conference, which Marshal Stalin was unable to attend. No ...Article : 766 words
Sir.—I read with considerable interest and pleasure the excellent article by "A Staff Correspondent" entitled "Bottleneck in Book Production." This is indeed timely, ...Article : 215 words
LONDON, October 10.—The Graves Registration Unit, which works in conjunction with the Imperial War Graves Commission, is ready to ...Article : 498 words
Hope of defeating Germany before the winter sets in is Maning. The experts now believe it is unlikely that the war in Europe will end before ihe Spring. Soviet Russia could still alter this ...Article : 529 words
Sir.—Your conespondent W. Burke has overlooked the fact that Sydney, in spite o[?] its variable wind conditions, has other alternatives for social enjoyment of light ...Article : 94 words
The Anglican Bishop of Goulburn, Dr. Burgmann, addressing an Education Conference at Wollongong, said that advance in technical knowledge did not imply any ...Article : 223 words
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Sir,—I agree with Mr. Redding that facilities should immediately be made available for preliminary training of prospective ships' officers before ...Article : 77 words
In modern warfare, industrial output and food supplies play a crucial part, as the democratic countries learnt from the hard lessons of 1940 ...Article : 498 words
Her Excellency, Lady Dugan, attended by Miss M. Lisle Johnson, has arrived to stay at Government House. Lady Wakehurst, attended by Mrs. C. ...Article : 67 words
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