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  3. MOSCOW MEETING TURNING POINT OF WAR

    COMMENT in Britain and the United States on the talks in Moscow last week between Mr. Churchill, M. Stalin, and Mr. Harriman, President Roosevelt's representative, echoes the official British statement that "the conference was epoch-making, and marked the turning point of the war." ...

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  4. REDS FIGHT GRIMLY

    RUSSIAN forces in the Don bend guarding Stalingrad were engaged throughout the night in fierce defensive fighting. Although in one sector the Germans drove a wedge into the Russian positions south-east of ...

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  5. THUMBS UP

    R.A.A.F. pilots, flying American bombers, are pounding enemy bases in the Pacific as part of a strategic plan which centres in the attack on the Solomons. The pilot of this bomber, about to take off from an ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. UNITY

    Mr. Churchill, Af. Stalin, and Mr. Harriman (top to bottom), who reached important decisions at ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. INFLATION EVILS

    CANBERRA, Tuesday.—The proposed austerity campaign for Australia, which will be announced shortly by the Prime ...

    Article : 227 words
  8. SHORE POSITIONS CONSOLIDATED

    SHORE positions taken by United States marines in the Solomons have now been well established, states a communique issued by the Navy Department last night. The announcement describes an engagement between American cruisers and ...

    Article : 366 words
  9. SUPPLY OF FOOD

    CANBERRA,— Tuesday. — The Minister for Supply (Mr. Beasley), who is chairman of the Australian Food Council, ...

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  10. MAN-POWER SHORTAGE

    SYDNEY, Tuesday. — Fellmongering firms and the Wool and Basil Workers' Union have made a joint application to the ...

    Article : 114 words
  11. AGREEMENT IN INDIA

    THE Washington correspondent of the "New York Times" says the United States Government is reported to have advised both the British Government and Gandhi's representatives that it is desirous of helping ...

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  12. OSNABRUCK RAIDED

    LONDON, Tuesday. — Osnabruck, great industrial centre in North-western Germany, was the main target of Royal Air ...

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  13. King's Nephew In Factory

    THE Hon. Gerald Lascelles, younger son of the Earl of Harewood and the Princess Royal, is working in a ...

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  14. JAPANESE AGAIN ON OFFENSIVE

    THE first Japanese planes seen over Port Moresby for 18 days struck yesterday morning at the main New Guinea garrison, when 24 bombers carried out a high-level attack on an aerodrome. ...

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  15. "Cannot Look To Britain"

    "AUSTRALIA cannot look to Britain to supply men and equipment at this stage of the war, because she has huge ...

    Article : 124 words
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  17. MINERS FINED

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—"If a little, more tact and commonsense had been exercised by the miners and their officers and by the subordinates ...

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  18. ATTACK ON ROUEN

    LONDON, Tuesday.—The first all-American bombing attack on enemy-occupied France was made late yesterday afternoon, ...

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  19. EMPLOYERS OBJECT

    CANBERRA, Tuesday.—The Associated Chambers of Commerce of Australia and the Australian Council of Employers' ...

    Article : 178 words
  20. BRAZILIAN LOSSES

    WASHINGTON. Tuesday. — Latest shipping losses off the east coast of the Americas include three Brazilian ships. One ...

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  21. NEW HIGHWAY TO ALASKA

    Linking Alaska with the United States, a great new highway is under construction which will give America important strategic advantage in the war against Japan. Here is pictured a train-load of trucks and road-making machinery for the highway. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  22. Submarine Attack In Norwegian Port

    STOCKHOLM, Tuesday.—A submarine, believed Russian, which penetrated the harbour, escaped after having sunk a Norwegian ship ...

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