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  3. Japanese Ships Hit In Bismarck Sea Convoy Disaster

    Top—A 4,000-ton enemy ship burning fiercely. Arrows at left point to two lifeboats Note camouflage along waterline of ship. Centre—A freighter has been hit amidships. Heavy smoke is pouring from the stern An enlargement of this picture at RAAF HQ shows Japanese in the water. Bottom—A transport, possibly one of those carrying troops, keels over after a good run by Allied medium bombers ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  4. AXIS FORCES DRIVEN BACK

    The attack launched by Rommel from the Mareth Line against the 8th Army in southern Tunisia has failed. Today's communique from Allied headquarters in North Africa states that ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. ENEMY STILL STRONG

    SOMEWHERE IN AUSTRALIA. Mareh 8.—With the smashing of the enemy convoy in the Bismarck Sea last week the threat of ...

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  6. RUSSIANS GAIN MORE GROUND

    The Russian offensive on the contral froul is steadily gaining ground, and the Red Army is closing in on Viazma, which screens the key German supply base of Smolensk.S_—lensk. ...

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  7. GERMANS SPAR FOR TIME

    Drew Middleton, correspondent of the "New York Times" in North Africa, says that the most dangerous phase of the German ...

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  8. RUSSIA'S ROLE AFTER WAR

    Informed quarters state that the British and American Governments are believed to have agreed to engage in a serious exchange of ...

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  9. U.S. Sees Signs Of Waning Japanese Airpower

    A belief that Japanese alrpower has been impaired beyond the possibility of recovery prevails in important quarters, but widely ...

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  10. RAIDER SHOT DOWN OVER DARWIN

    SOMEWHERE IN AUSTRALIA March 8.—Watchers on the Darwin waterfront yesterday saw a Japanese bomber crash in flames' ...

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  11. Giraud Cancels Order Against Jews

    Morocco radio says that after the publication of Vichy decrees against Jews in North Africa in the official "Algerian Gazette" last ...

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  12. Slovake Leave Gift For Red Army.

    When the Red Army enteredmend Rostov it found a motor repair shop intact and a number of forries undamaged hearing a note ...

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  13. FOURTH WAR STAGE NOW STARTING

    The Under-Secretary for Air (Capt Balfour), in a speech at a "Wings for Victory" gathering today, said:-"We have no easy task ...

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  14. Ship Hit in Rangoon Harbor

    A US Army Air Force communique states:—"A formation of heavy bombers an Saturday attacked two ships in the river south ...

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  15. More Married Women To Be Called Up tip In Britain

    More married women will be called up in Britain as part-time war workers. The Manpower Director (Mr. G. ...

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  16. Japanese Drive In China Halted

    A Japanese column striking northward from the neighborhood of Tachupa, on the border of Yunnan and Burma met stiff ...

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  17. Pre-Vichy Officials Reinstated In Morocco

    It is announced from Algiers that the French Resident-General of Morocco (Gen Nogues) has Issued a decree reinstating French ...

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  18. Gen. Girand Protests Against Annexation Of Alsace

    Algiers radio announces that the military and civil C-in-C. North Africa (Gen Giraud) today indignantly protested against the ...

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  19. Tokio Admits Loss Of Seven Ships

    Benin radio today quoted a Transocean Tokio dispatch that Imperial headquarters had announced the loss of seven warships ...

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  20. Britain May Create Air Transport Command

    The political correspondent of the "Daily Telegraph" says that the Secretary of Air (Sir Archibald Sinclair) will shortly announce in ...

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  21. Canada Deep Pride And Appreciation

    The High Commissioner for Canada (Mr. Justice Davis) his extended sincere congratulations to Gen MacArthur on the Smashing ...

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  22. Air Attacks In Solomons

    A Navy communique states:"US aircraft on Friday bombed, enemy installations at Viru Harbor New Georgia Island Japanese ...

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  23. Italian Ex-Minister Wants Right To Criticise

    A dep[?]s d Fascist chief Guiseppe Bottal former Italian Minister of Education who was dropped in Mussolini's recent Cabinet ...

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  24. Daylight Saving To End On March 28

    It was officially announced yesterday that the daylight saving adjustment would be made on Sunday, March 28 Daylight saving ...

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