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  4. Nazi Invasion Aim Doomed. Hitler Lost Asserts Smuts

    LONDON, July 21. —In a broadcast to Britain and America, the South African Prime Minister (General Smuts) asked : "If the German air force and army together could not succeed in ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. TO RAID ENEMY LINES

    Air mail picture of R. A. F. bombers loading up before taking off to raid enemy troop concentrations oil depots and lines of communications. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 26 words
  6. Award For Commander of Sydney

    LONDON, July 21.—In recognition of the successful action fought by H. M. A. S. Sydney and destroyers against two Italian cruisers, which ...

    Article : 244 words
  7. STOP PRESS

    LAST WEEK there were 80 traffic accidents in Brisbane, causing four deaths and injury to 32 persons. ...

    Article : 147 words
  8. Direct Hits On Italian Naval Base

    LONDON, July 21. —An Admiralty communique states: "Early on Saturday morning, Swordfish aeroplanes of the Fleet Air Arm carried ...

    Article : 70 words
  9. R. A. F. STARTS OIL DEPOT FIRES VISIBLE 40 MILES

    LONDON, July 21. —Hammered and lorn in scores of raids since Britain and Germany began the air was in earnest, Hamburg was hit so hard by R. A. F. bombers last night that fires were set raging which were visible 40 miles ...

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  10. WOMEN WEEP IN PARIS UNDER NEW NAZI RULE

    LONDON, July 22. — A Portuguese woman who has returned to Lisbon from Paris described life under the ...

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  11. Decisive Aid In Materials From America By May, 1941

    WASHINGTON, July 21. — Plans are being made to speed up American production to a point when in May, 1941, the ...

    Article : 194 words
  12. Next Year's War Borrowings Likely To Be £100millions

    CANBERRA, July 22. —War borrowings next financial year may he approximately £100millions it its believed in official circles. ...

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  13. HIT -RUN SMASH, OR MURDER ?

    SYDNEY, July 22. —Although the balance of evidence weighs strongly in favour of a hit -run motor accident, detectives are still investigating a theory ...

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  14. Rumania Seeks Axis Advice on Soviet Note

    LONDON, July 21. — The Associated Press correspondent in Bucharest says that the Rumanian Government is ...

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  15. Mr. Fairbairn at Amberley

    The Minister for Air (Mr. J. V. Fairbairn) talking with a mechanic working on one of the machines at Amberley aerodrome to -day. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  16. Petrol Rationing Concession of Great Significance to Q' land

    CANBERRA, July 22. —Petrol users in the country where transport services are limited will be given special treatment under the Federal Government's proposed petrol rationing scheme, it is learned authoritatively. This ...

    Article : 277 words
  17. "Journalists the best Censors"

    LONDON, July 22. —Lord Strabolgi, addressing the National Council of Civil Liberties on the freedom of the Press, said: "We have the finest Press ...

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  18. NEW JAPANESE CABINET APPOINTMENTS

    TOKIO, July 21. — New appointments in the Japanese Cabinet are:— Minister for Railways and ...

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  19. Wind changes causing clouds

    The lengthy period of clear days and unusually cold nights is likely to undergo a temporary change with a variation of winds through southern ...

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  20. Belgians Determined

    LONDON, July 22. —The Belgian Ambassador to Britain (Baron Cartier de Marchienne) declared in a broadcast: "Belgium has concluded no ...

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  21. 25 SURVIVORS OF RAIDER'S VICTIMS REACH W. INDIES

    SAN DOMINICA (West Indies), July 22. —Twenty -five survivors of the British freighter Davisian, which was sunk by an armed German merchantman, were ...

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  22. Last Minute Arms Across Burma Frontier

    LONDON, July 21. —A hundred lorry loads of arms and petrol crossed the Burma frontier into China a few minutes before the ban operated. ...

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  23. Sunk By Mine

    LONDON, July 22. —A message from Gothenburg (Sweden) says that the Finnish steamer Greta was sunk by a mine at Ore Sund. Three members of the ...

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