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  4. FIERCE TANK BATTLE AT TEBURBA

    LONDON, Dec. 8 (A.A.P. and Special).—A furious tank battle is raging in the Teburba area, 20 miles west of Tunis. The Allied communique says that it began on Sunday and continued yesterday. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. JAPS TAKE DRUBBING IN AIR: 21 PLANES LOST

    JAPANESE air strength in New Guinea received a severe jolt on Sunday night and on Monday/ when 21 enemy aircraft were destroyed—18 of them in an air battle over the Bung-Gong area. ...

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  6. Tanks Screen To Russian Advance

    Russian infantry, under the cover of tanks, attacking a German position in the central front. Soviet offensive has now spread along the whole 2000 miles' front. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. VOTE ON MILITIA IS 'VITAL'

    ANY successful move by the Opposition in the House of Representatives to remove restrictions on the militia before ...

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  8. Soviet Drives Deep Into Nazi Lines West of Rjev

    LONDON, Dec. 8.—Despite increasing German resistance, the Russian drives continue to forge ahead, especially in the Rjev area. Heavy German counter-attacks north and south of Staligarad have been repulsed with ...

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  9. "Win—or Yon Starve"

    NEW YORK, Dec. 8 (Special).—Cabling lo the New York newspaper PM, from Algiers, H. R. Knickerbocker reveals an ...

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  10. Russians Will Outlast Nazis

    LONDON, Dec. 8 (Special).—Commenting on the situation in Russia, The Times says: "It is not rash to infer that the spirit of the present ...

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  11. U.S. Launch 11 Warships

    NEW YORK, Dec. 8 (A.A.P.).—The New Jersey, displacing 52,000 tons at full load—the largest battleship ever built—was ...

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  12. VICEROY TO KEEP POST

    LONDON, Dec. 8 (A.A.P. and Special).—It is officially announced that Lord Linlithgow has consented to the extension of his ...

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  13. JAPS PUT LOSSES TOO LOW

    Although the Japanese assert that they have lost only 40 warships since they entered the war. New York and London ...

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  14. GUARDS FIRE ON JAPANESE

    NEW YORK, Dec. 8 (A.A.P.).—One Japanese was killed and nine were wounded when guards were forced to open fire in disturbances ...

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  15. 'JAPAN WILL BE BEATEN IN CHINA'

    WASHINGTON, Dec. 8 (A.A.P.).—Owen Lattimore, the American political advisor to Marshal Chiankai-Shek, after conferring ...

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  17. Japs Have Lost Many Lately

    Captured Japanese Zero, now bearing the U.S. markings, being lest lown after it had been reconditioned Top speed was found to ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  18. POOL FOR U.S. MAN-POWER

    WASHINGTON, December 8 (A.A.P.).—The U.S. Man-power Chief (Mr. Paul McNutt) has predicted that instead of the ...

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  19. War Has Cost U.S. 58.300 Men

    WASHINGTON, Dec. 8 (A.A.P.).—The Office of War Information has revealed that the first year of war cost America 58,307 casualties ...

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  20. U.K. FACTORIES TO GET MORE MEN

    LONDON, Dec. 8.—The Government is expected to make a statement soon on the lines of the recent United States decision that ...

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  21. German Morale In Norway Low

    NEW YORK, Dec. 8 (A.A.P.).—The number of concentration lamps in Northern Norway for German soldiers deserting in ...

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  22. 130 LIVES LOST WHEN SHIP SUNK

    WASHINGTON, Dec. 8.—The Navy Department has announced that at least 130 people are dead as a result of the torpedoing and ...

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  23. SOLOMON LOSES

    NEW YORK, Dec. 8.—Japanese casualties in the Solomons since they landed there four months ago are estimated in a Navy ...

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  24. PRISONER MANACLING

    LONDON, Dec. 8.—Mr. Churchill announced in the House of Commons that in the next series of sittings he proposed to make a ...

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