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  3. 8th ARMY BREAKS MAIN GERMAN LINES

    THE British Eighth Army has broken into the German winter defence line north of the Sangro River in Italy capturing strategic high ground. This is reported in the latest Algiers communique which ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    THIS WAS SATELBERG: Satelberg, Japanese strongpost north east of Finschhafen, New Guinea, was reduced to a heap of rubble by air and A.I.F. ortillery bombardment. These Department of information photographs record the scene as the Australians occupied the settlement. Left: Practically the only building left standing was this tiny ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. Reds Hammer At White Russia

    LONDON, Nov. 30 (Special and A.A.P.).—General Rokossovsky's breakthrough north of Gomel, in White Russia, and the check to von Manstein's counterblow against the Kiev salient. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. U.K. Mission Officer Dead In N.G Crash

    Lieut-Col. Ferrey, of the British Military Mission in the South-West Pacific area, has been killed in an aircraft ...

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  7. A.I.F. HOT ON TRAIL OF RETREATING JAPS

    AS rapidly as the country will permit, Australian troops are pursuing the Japanese force which retreated from the Satelberg area along the trails running back to Huon Gulf. New Guinea. Dispatches received at General MacArthur's ...

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  8. Tojo Asks For More Planes

    LONDON, Nov. 30.-The Japonese Premier (General Tojo) has appealed to Japanese workers for more war supplies. ...

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  9. 18,000 R.A.A.F. OVERSEAS

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday.—There are more than 18,000 members of the R.A.A.F. in the United King[?] Middle East India and other ...

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  10. Win Or Die, Says Hitler

    LONDON, Nov. 30 (Special).- 'The nation which loses this war will cease exist," said Hitler ir a speech to 20,000 young Luft. ...

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  11. W. Germany Raided Again

    LONDON, Nov. 30 (A.A.P.).—Targets in western Germany were again attacked by Mosquito bombers last night. ...

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  12. MUST ROOT OUT JAPS

    WASHINGTON, November 30 (A.A.P.).-Major-General McTiere smith, commonder of the U.S. am[?] forces which attacked ...

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  14. FIRST BLOWS GOT ENEMY OFF GUARD

    LONDON, Nov. 30 (Official Wireless).—When they opened their attacks from the Sangro bridgeheads on Sunday, Eighth Army troops surprised the Germans, getting in among them ...

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  15. NAZIS KEEP ARMY INTACT

    NEW YORK, Nov. 30 (Special). —The Germans in Russia have had to give up considerable territory, bur they have kept their army ...

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  16. PLANS TO CHANGE CONSTITUTION

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.-The Cabinet subcommittee inquiring into suggested amendments of the Constitution sat in Sydney all day ...

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  17. 3in. CAN NON IN MITCHELLS

    WASHINGTON, NOV. 30 (A.A.P.). —Mitchell medium bombers in New Guinea are now equipped with 75m [?] ...

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  18. 2719 DEAD IN 'QUAKE

    LONDON, Nov. 30 (A.A.P).— Ankara radio announces officially that casualties from the earth-quake in Central Turkey on ...

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  19. PROMOTION FOR 210 AIR N.C.O'S

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday. - The Air Minister (Mr. Drakeford) announced to-day that 210 N.C.O's serving overseas-112 pilots, 32 ...

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  20. Berlin Now; Tokio Well Away

    LONDON, Nov. 30 (Special).—With German cities being reduced to a shambles under the hammer blows of British and American air powers, observers are reconsidering he extent to which strategic bombing can be used to hasten Japan's defeat. They emphasise that many ...

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  21. CHURCHILL HAS 69th BIRTHDAY

    LONDON, Nov. 30 (A.A.P.).- the British Prime Minister (Mr. Churchill) had his 69th birthday to-day. ...

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  22. TOWNSVILLE FOOD PLEA

    TOWNSVILLE, Tuesday.—Discussions between a special City council committee and Trades ana Labour Council representatives ...

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