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  4. 40 p.c. IN N.G. WAR MILITIA

    MELBOURNE, Thursday.—More than 40 per cent, of Australian troops used against the Japanese since active ...

    Article : 272 words
  5. STALIN OPENS LAST

    STALIN, who has won every previous round, has opened the last phase of the battle for the Dnieper Bend, says The Courier-Mail's London correspondent. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 970 words
  6. Army Supports U.S. Marines On Bougainville

    UNITED States Army troops have landed on Bougainville Island in support of the Marines. They got ashore last Friday without opposition, says the National Broadcasting Corporation's ...

    Article : 698 words
  7. NEW WAR DIGGERS PAY TRIBUTE TO OLD

    Many soldiers of. the present war paid tribute to Diggers of the last war after Armistice Day wreaths had been placed on the Shrine in Anxoc Square yesterday. Picture shows two of them before the Eternal Flame, which has been blacked out as a civil defence measure. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  8. Minister To Moscow

    MR. J. J. MALONEY, M.L.C. (N.S.W.), who has been appointed Australian Minister to Soviet Russia. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  9. MORE LANDING ATTEMPTS LIKELY

    NEW YORK, Nov. 11 (A.A.P.).—It is considered highly probable that the landing of Japanese reinforcements at Bougainville might ...

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  10. No War Bond No Deal In Real Estate

    Investors in real estate will, have to satisfy the Commonwealth Treasury that they have invested a required amount in war loans before ...

    Article : 324 words
  11. R.A.F. CUTS GERMAN RAIL LINK

    LONDON, Nov. 11 (A.A.P.).—British bombers last night heavily attacked the French frontier town of Modane and ...

    Article : 304 words
  12. 5th Army Guns Blast Nazis Out

    LONDON, November 11 (Special-A.A.P.).—Devastating artillery assaults by the Fifth Army on the Germans' mountain positions have enabled the Allies to make further progress in Italy. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  13. No Christmas Extra Trains

    NO special Christmas trains wilt be run on the Queensland railways this year. Announcing this yesterday, the ...

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  14. EXCHANGE OF JUNGLE FIGHTERS

    LONDON, Nov. 11 (Special).—The Indian and South-west Pacific Commands are exchanging jungle-fighting ...

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  15. JAPAN REPORTS NAVAL BATTLE

    LONDON, Nov. 11 (A.A.P.).—Berlin Radio quotes a report from Tokio that a bitter battle is going on off Bougainville Island ...

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  17. ONLY ONE OBJECTIVE AT MOSCOW

    LONDON, Nov. 11.—The Three-Power conference met for one purpose only, to bring the war to a victorious end at the earliest ...

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  18. Hand-to-Hand Fight With U-Boat Crew

    NEW YORK, Nov. 11 (Special).—Battling with shotguns, pistols, empty shellcases, and knives at ranges down to 10 feet, men of the U.S. destroyer Borie fought a Nazi U-boat crew to the death, while their shin battered the ...

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  19. N.T. TROOPS TO BE GRANTED LEAVE

    MELBOURNE, Thursday.—The Army Minister (Mr. Porde) announced to-day that troops in the Northern will shortly go ...

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  20. INDIAN FAMINE NOW BROKEN

    LONDON, Nov. 11 (Special).—The back of the Calcutta famine definitely has been broken. Wavell's action in organising ...

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  21. TOKIO RADIO TALKS BIG

    NEW YORK, Nov. 11 (A.A.P.).—Tokio official, radio claims that 96 Allied ships have been sunk or damaged in the Pacific in ...

    Article : 192 words
  22. CANCER SPECIALIST TO VISIT BRISBANE

    Dr. Ralston Paterson, noted English cancer specialist, who Is now In Sydney, will visit Brisbane. Action to obtain a Queensland ...

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