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  4. PAPUA BATTLE OVER AS SANANANDA FALLS

    THE crushing of the Japanese in the Sanananda sector on Friday, with slaughter of 725 men, marks the end of enemy resistance in Papua. The same day, Liberators and Flying Fortresses screamed over ...

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  5. Fierce Fight Far Control Of Tunisia

    Map shows areas in allied and enemy occupation in Tunisia, also direction of the Eighth Army's drive past Tripoli. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. Red Army Drives On

    SPECTACULAR GAINS marked the progress of the Red Army offensive along the whole front last week. Latest capture is ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. Tripoli Captured By 8th Army; Axis Gone

    LONDON, Saturday.—By the first light of dawn today, the Eighth Army entered Tripoli. It had come 1600 miles from El Alamein in four months, and 200 miles in the last eight days. AS British forward elements ...

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  8. Groom 92, Bride 90

    BRISBANE, Saturday.—At the Home of Rest for Aged People at Red Hill this afternoon, Joe McLaughlin, bachelor bushman, aged 92, was married to Mrs. Alice Casey aged 90, and thrice a widow. ...

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  9. IRAK SIGNS WAR PACT

    LONDON, Saturday.—Irak Has signed the United Nations Pact, says the B.B.C. Irak declared war on Germany, Italy and Japan a week ...

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