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  3. SLIGHT GAIN IN ITALY

    Slight advances were made on the 8th Army front in Italy yesterday as the result of an attack by New Zealand troops, ...

    Article : 525 words
  4. U.S. Troops Invade New Britain

    Taking the Japanese garrison completely by surprise, a powerful US force invaded New Britain at dawn on Wednesday. The landing was made at Arowe, on the south coast, and was ...

    Article : 1,069 words
  5. BERLIN BLASTED AGAIN BY R.A.F.

    Berlin again suffered heavy damage last night when a strong force of Lancasters dropped 1,500 tons of bombs, mainly in the centre of the city. Weather prevented immediate observation of the results, ...

    Article : 511 words
  6. RUSSIANS CLOSE IN

    The Russians, continuing to advance in the Dnieper Bend, have considerably intensified their threat to the important ...

    Article : 515 words
  7. MR. CHURCHILL KEEPS UP IMPROVEMENT

    Better news of the health of Mr. Churchill, who is suffering from a patch of pneumonia on the left lung, is given in a bulletin issued from No. 10 Downing street this afternoon. This states:—"There has been no ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 662 words
  8. 57 KILLED IN TRAIN CRASH

    It is known that at least 57 persons—37 servicemen and 20 civilians—were killed, and 65 injured, when two crack passenger trains ...

    Article : 354 words
  9. ALLIED LOSSES IN BARI RAID

    The "Washington Post" today publishes a story which the Associated Press of America has confirmed, that 30 German bombers ...

    Article : 428 words
  10. RUSSIAN MISSION TO YUGOSLAVIA

    Stalin's dispatch of a military mission to Yugoslavia reflects increasing Russian interest in the Mediterranean theatre, says a ...

    Article : 129 words
  11. Withdrawal Of Allies From Iran Desired

    Mohammed Shayesteh, Iranian Minister to the United States, in a speech yesterday requested the immediate implementation of the ...

    Article : 116 words
  12. Heavy Bombers Strike At Marshalls

    A Navy Department communique states:—Heavy bombers of the 7th Air Force struck at Taroa and Wotje Islands in the Marshalls ...

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  13. Great Interest In London

    LONDON, December 17.-The newspapers are giving considerable prominence to the invasion of New Britain, and the Australian share ...

    Article : 191 words
  14. Mr. Roosevelt Back In America

    The White House Secretary (Mr. Stephen Early) announced today that President Roosevelt had arrived back in the United States ...

    Article : 191 words
  15. Christmas 'Pep Talk' For Germans

    Goebbels's latest tonic talk to make Christmas a little more cheerful is to tell German people that it could not be denied that ...

    Article : 201 words
  16. GERMAN'S EVIDENCE AT KHARKOV TRIAL

    Moscow radio broadcast today that Heinz Ritz, of the Gestapo, one of the accused in the Kharkov war guilt trial, gave further details ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 213 words
  17. RISING TERRORISM IN FRANCE

    Petain's propaganda chief, M. Creyseel broadcast over the Vichy radio last night:—"After long negotiations with the German ...

    Article : 130 words
  18. "Operation Completely Successful"

    Following an announcement of the news of the Allied landing in New Britain, the Federal Labor Conference today carried a motion ...

    Article : 105 words
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