LONDON, June 25.—R.A.F. bombers were again over Germany in great strength last night, and a concentrated attack was delivered on the important industrial area of Elberfeld (population, 200,000), ...Article : 354 words
LONDON, June 25.—Little doubt remains that the Germans intend to stand or fall by Atlantic coast operations, while at the same time spreading their armed forces so that they can meet an attack at any ...Article : 185 words
LONDON, June 25 (A.A.P.).— King George returned to England to-day from his tour of North Africa. His plane landed ...Article : 352 words
CANBERRA, Friday.—Saturday, August 28, is the probable date of the Federal elections—nine weeks from to-day. Arrangements for the Services' vote will take about two months to complete or an earlier polling ...Article : 214 words
LONDON, June 25.—The movements of German reinforcements to France are attracting most attention from ...Article : 299 words
Mr. Curtin finally decided to announce his intention to seek a dissolution when the Opposition yesterday formally conveyed to ...Article : 596 words
WASHINGTON, June 25 (A.A.P.).—Reports indicated that Germany was moving huge forces into France and Italy in ...Article : 163 words
LONDON, June 25 (A.A.P.).— The French Committee of National Liberation took a step of far-reaching political ...Article : 192 words
LONDON, June 25.—The Battle of the Ruhr has taken final shape. As our bombers steadily spread ...Article : 386 words
LONDON, June 25 (A.A.P.).— Soon after dawn yesterday Lancasters, which had flown from North Africa bombing Spezia ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 486 words
LONDON, June 25 (A.A.P.).— "The British and Americans have enough tonnage and fighting forces to land at some given ...Article : 685 words
It is hoped that the Royal Commission into Mr. Ward's "missing document" statement will hold its first sitting on July ...Article : 402 words
LONDON, June 25 (A.A.P.).—German military authorities have told Swedish correspondents in Berlin that the British Eighth Army has been ...Article : 70 words
LONDON, June 25 (A.A.P.).— Between 400 and 500 planes were engaged in offensive operations over France and Belgium ...Article : 689 words
LONDON, June 25 (A.A.P.).— To-day's Algiers communique says that on Wednesday night Wellingtons attacked Catania. ...Article : 76 words
Almost without debate, the House of Representatives to-day authorised expenditure totalling £244,664.000—£43,889.000 for ...Article : 212 words
LONDON, June 25 (A.A.P.).—"News from Australia is better and is going to be better still," said the Australian Minister for External Affairs, Dr. H. ...Article : 73 words
LONDON, June 25.—The first women to go to sea in this war as ordinary members of a British ship's crew are back in port after ...Article : 168 words
WASHINGTON, June 25 (A.A.P.).—United States Army casualties total 63,958, including 7,528 killed, 17,128 wounded, ...Article : 111 words
LONDON, June 25 (A.A.P.).—A Cairo communique states that all the hangars at Sedes (Salonika) are believed to have teen destroyed in ...Article : 99 words
LONDON, June 25 (A.A.P.).— To-day's Delhi communique reports a particularly successful patrol made in Kabaw Valley, on ...Article : 95 words
Police patrols are believed to have suriounded a gang of car strippers in Lane Cove early this morning. The gang is thought to have stolen ...Article : 76 words
Party organisations in New South Wales have been proparing for an election for some time, and a number of ...Article : 820 words
LONDON, June 25 (A.A.P.).—The Australian Minister for External Affairs, Dr. Evart, will broadcast on the B.B.C. home programme at 9 p.m. ...Article : 29 words
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