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  4. CHAOS IN ESSEN

    A proclamation of martial law in an attempt to restore order out of chaos followed the R.A.F.'s terrific raid on Essen on ...

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    General MacArthur's communique published this morning reports an increasing concentration of enemy forces to the northward of Australia. This map shows the principal enemy bases in the regions north of Australia ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. KHARKOV ISSUE STILL OBSCURE

    The position at Kharkov is still obscure. While Berlin claims that the city is in their hands, Moscow asserts that violent fighting is still raging, and that all attacks have been ...

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  7. BOMBS ON ENGLAND

    Night raiders dropped heavy bombs on a north-east coast town last night, causing some fatalities and a considerable amount of ...

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  8. TO AVERT CRISIS

    CANBERRA, Monday.--Intense activity in political circles today failed to produce a procedure which can be regarded as ...

    Article : 377 words
  9. MOVES IN TUNISIA

    Latest reports from Tunisia indicate that there are signs of increasing activity in the southern zone, where General ...

    Article : 460 words
  10. JOINT WAR EFFORT

    The visit to Washington by the British Foreign Secretary (Mr. Eden) continues to excite interest and speculation in the United ...

    Article : 431 words
  11. JAPAN'S THREAT IN THE NORTH

    SOMEWHERE IN AUSTRALIA, Monday.--Interest in the Australian front is switched from the north-east to the north-west by an announcement from General MacArthur's head quarters that a concentration of ...

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  12. YOU CAN'T TELL A BOOK

    A shabby old man, carrying a soiled paper bag, arrived, in Trafalgar, Square on Saturday and listened to the 27-year-old ...

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  13. FIGHTING IN BURMA

    Heavy fighting broke out in the Rathedaung area in Burma Spring the week end. The Japanese after substantial reinforcement a ...

    Article : 299 words
  14. AIR THREAT TO JAPAN

    United Press reports that Japanese newspapers are concerned with the possibility of Allied raids on Japan, and repeatedly ...

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  15. SINKINGS IN THE ATLANTIC

    A special Berlin communique claims that seven ships totalling 49,000 tons were sunk in a strongly escorted convoy off the ...

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  17. NTH. AFRICAN TANGLE

    Although in a 25-minute broadcast from Algiers yesterday the French leader in North Africa, General Giraud, did not mention ...

    Article : 360 words
  18. MAN THEY CAN'T KILL

    Lieutenant James Southerland, 31 years, is the U.S. Navy's champion "indestructible" fighter pilot. It is disclosed that ...

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  19. RESISTANCE IN GREECE

    The British United Press correspondent at Ankara (Turkey) learns that guerillas have become so active in northern Greece that ...

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    Blasted by British Bombers : An aerial view of the Krupps armament works and marshalling yards at Essen, which has once again been pounded by British machines. Large fires and extensive damage resulted from this latest attack. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  21. IN MEMORY OF TOBRUK

    The Australian Ninth Division and a former Polish Carpathian brigade, which together defended Tobruk, cemented their friendship ...

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  22. BRITISH PRISONERS FOR RUSSIA

    Vichy Radio to-day announced that British prisoners in German hands would be sent to camps in German-occupied ...

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