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  4. MINIATURE BLITZ

    Flying Officers Harry Turner, of Williamstown, who was the pilot, and Mervyn Partridge, of Brisbane, the observer, formed ...

    Article : 227 words
  5. DELAYING ACTIONS

    The stubborn Battle of Italy continues. Allied armies have kept up their attacks, and the enemy counter-attacked in some ...

    Article : 312 words
  6. FANATICAL CHARGE

    An amazing Japanese charge was the climax, in the savage drama of Saipan. Nearly all Japanese troops left alive ...

    Article : 476 words
  7. OFFENSIVE OVER 40 MILE FRONT

    The American First Army to-day launched an attack north-east of Saint Lo, and broadened their entire offensive front in Normandy to 40 miles. At noon they were within two miles of St. Lo. ...

    Article : 941 words
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    BOMB RAZES GUARDS CHAPEL.--This graphic A.A.P. picturegram shows the ruins of the famous Guards Chapel in Wellington Barracks, London, which was destroyed by a flying bomb while a parade service was in progress. Many of the congregation were killed or injured when the roof and building tumbled down following the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  9. WELL DONE INDEED!

    In a personal message to the troops on the Normandy front, General Montgomery has warmly congratulated all Allied troops. ...

    Article : 159 words
  10. LATE NEWS

    WASHINGTON. -- Navy announced loss of submarine S28 during training exercises in Pacific. Depth of water makes ...

    Article : 57 words
  11. LOSSES IN THE AIR

    The Allies now have supremacy in the air, according to the Commander in Chief of the Allied Air Forces, (Sir Trafford ...

    Article : 420 words
  12. RUSSIAN PUSH TO KAUNAS

    Leaving a strong force at Vilna to finish the mopping up of the barricaded German garrison, the Red Army is swiftly thrusting to Kaunas, capital of Lithuania, and is now ...

    Article : 416 words
  13. EVACUATION OR BATTLE?

    The Berne correspondent of the "Daily Telegraph" says German officers garrisoned in the south of France received orders on ...

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  15. STRENGTH OF ENEMY

    Dispositions of German divisions throughout Europe are believed to have changed materially in the past few months under ...

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  16. TANKER TRAINS DESTROYED

    It is reported from Stockholm that Flying Fortresses early this month destroyed three German tanker trains at Gennevilliers, ...

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    The flag of Free France again flies over Caen, stubbornly defended hinge in the German defence line, which fell to the British army on Sunday. The official photograph shows British sappers in the outskirts of Caen, clearing away mines in ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  18. FAMOUS U-BOAT HUNTER DEAD

    Captain Frederick J. Walker, C.B., who, as Britain's ace U-boat killer in the battle of the Atlantic, won the D.S.O. and three ...

    Article : 158 words
  19. BOMBS HIT SCHOOLS

    Flying bomb activity continued on Monday over the London area, also in the southern counties, causing casualties and damage. ...

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  20. De GAULLE IN AMERICA

    Enthusiastic crowds acclaimed General de Gaulle at New York municipal airport and en route to the City Hall, where the mayor ...

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  21. GALLANTRY OF CHAPLAIN

    Asked in the House of Commons to-day whether any statement would be made about the murder of Rev. George Parry, ...

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  22. BOLSTERING UP MORALE

    Reuter's correspondent in Caen says German prisoners have revealed some of the things they are being bolstered up with ...

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  23. ALLIED FLEET CRUISING

    Tokio Official Radio announced that a very powerful enemy fleet, including two aircraft carriers, 30 cruisers and destroyers, was ...

    Article : 74 words
  24. MUNICH AGAIN

    American Air Force head quarters reports that more than 1100 Fortresses and Liberators, escorted by a strong force of ...

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  25. ALLIES PUSH ON PAST UKHRUL

    In the Manipur hills Allied troops pushing on from Ukhrul have reached Ongshim, nine miles to the south-east. Japanese ...

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