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  4. ALL-OUT GERMAN ONSLAUGHT

    To-day--the fifth day of their all-out onslaught to rub out north-western Stalingrad --the Germans showed no signs of relaxing their pressure and there equally were no ...

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  5. ALLIED ADVANCE STILL UNCHECKED

    SOMEWHERE IN AUSTRALIA, Thursday.--The communique from General MacArthur's Head Quarters reports no new development on the New Guinea front yesterday, although practically the whole text ...

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    No Place Like Home.--Invalided diggers back from the Middle East filing down the gangway from the hospital ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    The King and Queen, with the Dean of Westminster, at the Canadian commemoration service which was held recently to celebrate the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    Armed with a string of machine gun bullets, a British air gunner is shown on the way to his plane for a raid on Germany. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  9. PUNISHING WAR GUILT

    Saying the British proposal, which President Roosevelt has accepted, for the punishment of the war guilty, commended itself to common sense ...

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  10. USE OF THE ALEUTIANS

    The Washington correspondent of the New York "Times" states that experienced observers, commenting on the latest Navy department ...

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  11. SHADOW ON SOLOMONS

    The shadow of coming events in the Solomons seemed clear, said the "New York Times." Japanese willingness to risk a heavy cruiser and a ...

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  12. WILLKIE SPEAKS FOR HIMSELF

    "I will say what I damn well please," said, Mr. Wendell Willkie when he was informed at Chungking of President Roosevelt's ...

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  13. GERMAN RAIDS RESUMED

    Enemy aircraft were over Southern England districts last night in the first night raid since September 25. During the afternoon two planes ...

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  15. JEWISH REFUGEE SHIP LOST IN STORM

    Vichy Radio says the Roumanian steamer Vitorul, with 120 Turkish-bound Jewish refugees on board, was lost in a severe storm in the Black ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  16. "POSITION LOOKS BETTER"

    Encouraging, news from all sectors is contained in the latest despatches from the Russian front. Stalingrad's defenders maintained their positions ...

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  17. FUTURE OF INDIA

    The Premier of Sind Province Allah Bakhsh, announced that a new formula for a settlement of the Indian question was worked out at a ...

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  18. DEVASTATING AIR RAIDS

    It is learned on good authority that the, 12 air raids made on Germany in the first 20 nights of September gave considerable support to Russia. Apart ...

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  19. UNREST GROWS IN EUROPE

    Indications of growing unrest on the Continent under Nazi control continue to multiply. The Moscow Information Bureau ...

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  20. ALLEGED SINKING OF PRISON SHIP

    The Tokio Radio alleges that an American submarine sank a 7000-ton Japanese ship in South China Sea on October 1, and that 1800 British ...

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  21. PRISONERS OF DIEPPE

    Berlin Radio announced to-day that at midday to-day all British prisoners taken at Dieppe were put in chains as a reprisal for the alleged bidding ...

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  22. AIRMEN ADRIFT ON RAFT

    A correspondent with the U.S. Pacific fleet reports that seven American army fliers were rescued in the South Pacific after drifting a week in ...

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  23. NAZI SPY RING IN CHILE

    An innocent-looking cable, "Kindest regards to mother and my little daughter," gave the police the missing clue to a vast Nazi spy[?]ring ...

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  24. U.S. MINERS TO LEAVE C.I.O.

    At Cincinnati, after an extemporaneous impassioned plea by Mr. John L. Lewis (president), the convention of the United Mine Workers of ...

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