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  6. JAP CITY SEARED TO DEATH

    JAPAN'S "death city," Hiroshima, on which the first atomic bomb was dropped on Monday, was left practically a heap of grey ashes. This was shown in photographs taken from the air on the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. Japan's "Ruhr" Bombed

    GUAM, August 8.—The Yamata area—Japan's "Little Ruhr"—on the northern coast of Kyushu, received ...

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  8. FINISHED IN SKY AS MOLTEN DUST CLOUD

    NEW YORK, Aug. 8 (Special).—Great cloud of dust which American fliers reported, over Hiroshima—the atom-bombed Jap city—is due to molten rock, say physicists. ...

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  9. NEW DEMAND ON JAP SOON

    WHILE the British Cabinet on Tuesday discussed the possible effects of the atomic bomb on the duration of the war with Japan, Washington was seething with reports that ...

    Article : 407 words
  10. WARNINGS ON PERIL OF MISUSE OF BOMB

    LONDON, Aug. 8 (Special).—London newspapers temper optimistic comments on the industrial and social prospects of the atomic bomb with grave warnings about the effects of its misuse. As the Daily Express' special correspondent. Guy ...

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  11. CONTRAST

    VICTORY smile of Britain's new Prime Minister (Mr. Attlee) after the declaration of the poll. Contrast it ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  12. Cuban Killed 83 Japs On Luzon

    MANILA Wednesday.—Manual Perez Garcia, who was a guard at General. MacArthur's headquarters when they were in Brisbane, has ...

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  13. KYUSHU CITY BOMBED

    MANILA, August 8.-General MacArthur's planes continue to reduce cities on the Japanese main land. ...

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  14. CENTRAL CHINA GAIN

    NEW YORK, Aug 6 (A.A.P.).—Chungking High Command—has announced that the Chinese have reoccupied Kukian Island, at the ...

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  15. Royal Handshakes

    TOOWOOMBA, Wednesday.—The Duke of Gloucester has shaken hands 212 times in public since his plane arrived in Queensland yesterday. This total is made up of 88 ...

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  16. ATOM BOMB LIFTS BRITISH PRESTIGE

    MEW YORK, Aug. 8.—Because Britain shares with the United States and' Canada the secrets of the new atomic power her prestige has been raised overnight, and may carry through the peace years. ...

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  18. FIGHTER CAN DROP 'ATOMB'

    GUAM, Wednesday (A.A.P.)—The atomic bomb which destroyed Hiroshima was so mall it could hove been carried by a ...

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  19. JAPAN DIVIDED FOR AIR BLOWS

    NEW YORK, August 8 (A.A.P.).—American Army and Navy Air Forces have divided Japan Into two areas for future bombing ...

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  20. World Centre In America

    NEW YORK, August 8 (Special)—A plan to establish a world capital in the United States is being studied by Government ...

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  21. STAFF NURSES LEAVE FOR FORWARD AREAS

    THE entire staff of the 2/12th A.G.H., comprising 75 sisters and five physiotherapists recently left-Australia for forward areas. The hospital, which was ...

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  22. ALLIED TROOPS TO LEAVE TEHERAN

    LONDON, Aug. 8 (A.A.P.).—The Persian Foreign Ministry has announced that the British Embassy has informed them of the ...

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  23. Woman Scientist Earns Rest!

    LONDON, Aug. 8 (Special).—Holidaying at Leksands, North Sweden, is a spry, grey-haired little woman, says the Daily Mail's Stockholm correspondent. She is an Austrian-Jewish refugee. Professor Lize ...

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  24. MAY REACH MOON NOW

    MEW YORK, August 8 (Special).—Man's attempt to reach the moon may be brought within the bounds of ...

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