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  4. DESIRE FOR REGENCY IN GREECE

    LONDON, Fri.--Athens radio announced that Messrs. Churchill and Eden left Athens for London where they will urge the King of Greece to approve the ...

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  5. Another U.S. Sub Launched

    Workmen cheer as the flag-decked submarine Cabezon slips down the ways at a shipbuilding plant in the eastern U.S., the 17th U.S. undersea craft launched from this plant alone since the beginning of 1944. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. AIR ONSLAUGHTS HELP

    LONDON, Fri.--The "Times" correspondent at Allied headquarters says that all indications now are that Rundstedt shot his bolt. A succession of reeling Allied air onslaughts has given ...

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  7. MORE TROUBLE FOR ENEMY?

    NEW YORK, Fri.--The World Telegram reports the Army Air Force has ordered the construction of 1000 robot ...

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  8. OFFENSIVE AGAINST E.L.A.S.

    LONDON, Fri.--The British United Press representative in Athens states that British. troops at 7 a.m. to-day opened their ...

    Article : 245 words
  9. Jap Raids On American Bases

    WASHINGTON, Friday.--Two Japanese raids on U.S. air installations at Saipan and Tinian on Boxing Day are announced ...

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  10. Break-through Danger Diminished

    NEW YORK, Friday.--Drew Middleton, cabling to the "New York Times" from Paris, says the danger of a German ...

    Article : 91 words
  11. No Chance For Japs To Reassemble On Leyte

    LEYTE ISLAND, Fri.--American troops on Leyte are giving the remnants of the defeated Japanese force no chance to reassemble for any organised ...

    Article : 435 words
  12. CONGRESSMAN SAYS

    LONDON, Fri.--James Joseph Heffernan, chairman of the committee of Congressmen who visited the Pacific area, said he ...

    Article : 110 words
  13. German Losses In Offensive

    LONDON, Fri.--Reviewing Von Rundsledt's losses during the first 12 days of the offensive, a report from S.H.A.E.F. ...

    Article : 196 words
  14. Action On Dutch Front

    Two American paratroopers crouch low to avoid a shower of shrapnel and dirt as a German 88mm. shell explodes only a few yards away during a hot artillery exchange near Amhem, Holland. (U.S. Office of War information picture). ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  15. Two Shot In New Zealand

    AUCKLAND, Fri.--A fuselade of shots "from an automatic pistol paralysed shoppers in the main street of Napier this afternoon. ...

    Article : 223 words
  16. Stalingrad Veterans Clearing Budapest

    LONDON, Fri.--The Germans are fighting for every street and house in Budapest as Soviet infantry pours into the city. The B.U.P. correspondent in Moscow reports that battle veterans who fought in Stalingrad, are helping to wipe, out the ...

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  17. Allied Air Activity

    LONDON, Fri.--The Air Ministry announced that Lancasters and Halifaxes last night attacked rail targets at Bonna and ...

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  18. Liquidate Jap Fleet Within Year

    PEARL HARBOUR, Fri.-- Forecasting that the Jap Fleet will be liquidated within a year, Admiral Mitscher said the Japs ...

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  19. Army Seizes U.S. Company

    WASHINGTON, Friday.--The army, has seized Montgomery, Ward and Company's retail and mail order properties, in seven ...

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  20. Need For Meeting Of Leaders

    WASHINGTON, Friday.--The German counter-offensive showed the Allies an important lesson fraught with military and ...

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  21. Few New Trucks Next Year

    MELBOURNE, Fri.--Whilst some relief might be obtained as a result of releases of army trucks, motor operators engaged ...

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  22. Patrol Activity In Italy

    LONDON, Fri.--The Italy communique says fighting subsided in the Serchio Valley. Activity on the Fifth and ...

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  23. EARLDOM FOR LLOYD GEORGE

    LONDON, Fri.--The King has offered, and Mr. Lloyd George has accepted an Earldom, which will be announced in the new ...

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  24. Senator Keane In Ottawa

    OTTAWA, Fri.--Senator Keane arrived here and was welcomed by the Finance Minister, Mr [?]sley, the Australian High ...

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  25. Claims Von Kluge Committed Suicide

    LONDON, Fri.--According to Luxembourg radio an order of the day, issued by Hitler, which the Allies captured, disclosed that ...

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  26. WHY HITLER'S HEAD IS SLIGHTLY BOWED

    LONDON, Fri.--With apparent gravity Goebbels has informed the German people that if their Fuhrer's head is slightly ...

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  27. Transport Of Supplies For Invasion

    LONDON, Fri.--A member of the railway executive committee has just announced that in the 10 weeks prior to D Day 24,459 ...

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  28. GERMANS FOUGHT LIKE MANIACS

    LONDON, Fri.--"The Germans fought like maniacs, yelling and firing small arms, lobbing grenades--all from point ...

    Article : 171 words
  29. Stars Of 1944

    HOLLYWOOD, Friday.--The "Motion Picture Herald" says the most popular stars in 1944, based on box office receipts are Bing ...

    Article : 44 words
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