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    Patients Cross Pontoon Bridge to Safety.--Crowds of refugees from the Philippine General Hospital in Manila cross a U.S. Army pontoon bridge over the Pasig River to join friends and relatives on the other side. They are allowed to cross ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 55 words
  5. NAZIS DISORGANISED IN SAAR BASIN

    Latest reports from the Saar reveal that Germans in the Saar-Moselle-Rhine triangle are crumbling under the weight of American armor and infantry. Everywhere in this sector are signs of complete disorganisation of the Nazi war ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 642 words
  6. STIFF TASK FOR RED ARMY

    A great concentric drive by Marshal Chernyakovsky's troops is compressing the pocket around Konigsberg, capital of East Prussia, which is described as "the toughest ...

    Article : 498 words
  7. MIGHTIEST RAID

    Berlin underwent its mightiest daylight pounding yesterday, for-lowing the twenty-sixth consecutive night attack by Mosquitoes. ...

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  8. FIGHT TO LAST MAN

    "Fight to the last man; die gloriously; relief impossible." This was the last order given to the Japanese force still holding ...

    Article : 252 words
  9. RAZING JAPAN'S INDUSTRIES

    In a second terrific raid on Nagoya (Japan) this morning, nearly 350 Marianas-based Super Fortresses dropped over 2500 tons of incendiary bombs, in furtherance of the plan to complete the ruin of the industrial section of the ...

    Article : 525 words
  10. FIGHT ON ISLAND

    A strange amphibious war is being waged on Nijmegen Island, which is a strip of low- lying meadow 25 miles long by ...

    Article : 140 words
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  12. LATE NEWS

    LONDON.--Third Army infantry made two new crossings of the Moselle north-east of Trier. Third Army now controls west ...

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  13. SUBMARINES IN CHINA SEA

    To-day a Japanese broadcast said that a fleet of Allied submarines, aiming to cut Japanese southern supply lines, had ...

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  14. U.S. MEAT FOR BRITAIN

    The drastic cut in meat shipments to Britain (to 12½ per cent of the current volume) announced in America, says the ...

    Article : 238 words
  15. NAZI FACTORIES IN CAVERNS

    An underground war factory at Konigswinter is the first of the many of these German factories to be captured. A fortnight ago ...

    Article : 188 words
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  17. WHITE NEGROES IN U.S. ARMY

    White negro troops arc fighting side by side in the United States army for the first time in history, says the Paris ...

    Article : 67 words
  18. MAYOR DEFIES CURFEW

    Mayor La Guardia, of New York, has decided that the midnight curfew in the city shall be extended immediately to 1 a.m. ...

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  19. GERMAN SEAMEN MUTINY

    The Swedish Radio says a German patrol boat in which the crew mutinied shot the captain and escaped from Norway, has ...

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  20. ADMIRATION FOR U.S.

    The Australian Minister for the Army (Mr. Forde) told a press conference that Australians greatly admired the resourceful ...

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  21. Last Kick on Iwo Jima

    Tokio Radio announced today that after a month of bitter resistance the Japanese garrison on Iwo Jima made a final ...

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  22. SPINSTER'S LOVE OF CHILDREN

    Miss Georgina Cotton-Browne, a spinster of the Manor of Walkern, Hertfordshire was so fond of children that she ...

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  23. EMIGRATION TO AUSTRALIA

    Details of a plan for post-war emigration to Australia, particularly in regard to British ex-service men and women, are ...

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    Ship "busters" of R.A.F. Coastal Command have forced the Germans to hide their shipping in Norwegian fiords, miles away from the sea, and only move it at night or when it is foggy. Aircraft patrols search these fiords, often flying more than 70 miles inland over snow-covered mountains, and have recently inflicted heavy losses on the enemy. Above, an ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  25. IMPORTANT AIR FORCE POST

    Air-Marshal Sir John Slessor, who, at the age of 47 years, has been appointed Member of the Air Council for Personnel, in ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  26. "Escaping Was Good Sport"

    The last three of the 70 Germans who escaped from a prisoners camp at Bridgend a week previously were recaptured ...

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  27. AIR SERVICE TO AUSTRALIA

    Stating that they are still waiting on deliveries ol planes, representatives of British Overseas Airways are still unable to ...

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  28. RECORD FLIGHT TO CAPETOWN

    The Avro York plane in which the British Civil Aviation Minister (Lord Swinton) arrived in Capetown from London on ...

    Article : 58 words
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