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    ALL CONVOYS ALiKE TO THE [?].--British convoy (top) in the Western Desert carrying supplies to the 8th Army narrowly escapes a direct hit from a bomb. Lower: This ambulance convoy was not so fortunate. Although displaying large Red Crosses, one ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. NAZI ATTACKS HELD ALONG

    At no point along the whole Russian front have the Germans made any progress in the past 24 hours. In continued fighting at Stalingrad, to-day's Moscow communique ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. THE HOURS OF WORK

    CANBERRA, Friday.--From November 1 the maximum working hours in industry will be 56. Until that date the maximum will be 60. The ...

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  7. RETREAT OF ENEMY

    SOMEWHERE IN AUSTRALIA, Friday.--No mention has been made in communiques for three days of the whereabouts of Japanese soldiers in ...

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    A typical Greek pilot operating with the Royal Hellenic Air Force in the Middle East. Allied fighters, including units of the Greek Air ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  9. DANGERS IN PACIFIC

    In an interview, Major-General Odlum, Canadian High Commissioner in Australia, now in Ottawa, stated that the Australian and American ...

    Article : 239 words
  10. BRITONS IN CHAINS

    Recalling that the Geneva Convention condemns reprisals for any reason against war prisoners, the "Times' says the British Government has ...

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  11. ENEMY SHIPS DAMAGED

    Official announcement has been made that carrier-based planes in the northern Solomons had damaged five Japanese vessels, including a ...

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  12. DEMANDS & ARRESTS

    According to the Stockholm "Aftontidningen," the German demands on Denmark include the despatch of 30,000 "volunteers" to the Russian ...

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  13. CLIFFS OF DOVER

    The Germans last night operated two giant searchlights, which were installed near Calais. The beams were so powerful that they stretched from ...

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  14. SUREST WAY TO BEAT HITLER

    "The surest way to ensure the defeat of Hitler is to assist Russia at the earliest possible moment, whether by arms, equipment or by means of ...

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  16. ARMY OF TEN MILLIONS

    The head of the War Production Board (Mr. Nelson) stated at a press conference that America's manpower situation had reached a point where ...

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  17. AIR FLEETS ACTIVE FROM EGYPT

    To-day's Cairo communique reports no new developments in the Western desert. Apart from patrol activity, there was nothing to report from ...

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    The above picture was taken during a recent visit of military leaders and Cabinet Ministers to battle areas in New Guinea, where forward areas were visited and personal contact made with the troops. Some of the visiting members are shown on tour. Air ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  19. GREAT DAYLIGHT AIR ATTACK

    Heavy bombers of the United States Army Air Corps and many squadrons of Allied fighters were over northern France this morning. This is officially ...

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  20. WEAKNESS OF JAPAN

    The new Chinese Ambassador, Mr. Wei Taoming, in his first press conference, said that with sufficient equipment from America, China could ...

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  21. BRITISH GIRLS IN GERMANY

    The Red Cross is inquiring into letters received from British girls in the German internment camp at Ilag, Liebenau, Bavaria, alleging that ...

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