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    LONDON, Thursday.—The London Spectator in an article criticises the campaign in Burma and compares the conduct of the fighting there unfavourably with the Australian exploits in New Guinea. ...

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    MOSCOW, Thursday.—Russian forces in the Black Sea sector yesterday were only 10 miles from Odessa and have cut the only railway connecting Odessa with Rumania. Outer defences ...

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    LONDON, Thursday.—RAF Lancasters last night went far to the south of France to attack aircraft repair plants at ...

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    PERSONNEL AND HORSES of the 5th Australian pack Transport Company crossing Brook in New Guinea 1000 feet above —Department of Information ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. Monty "Isn't Lovable"

    Interviewed in Vancouver (BC), Mr. D. S. Montgomery, one of General Montgomery's brothers, who is a Vancouver ...

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  7. US Bombers Raid Ploesti

    LONDON, Thursday.— Allied heavy bombers from Italian bases yesterday carried: out a devastating raid on the Rumanian oil fields at Ploesti which is 35 miles north of Bucharest, the Rumanian Capital, and less than zoo miles from the Russian ...

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  8. Pyjama Girl Inquest Adjourned

    MELBOURNE, Thursday.— No further evidence was taken in the Pyjama Girl inquest today as the court adjourned ...

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  9. Barracudas Attacked Tirpitz

    LONDON, Thursday.—The Admiralty has released details of the successful attack on the German battleship Tirpitz in Alton Fjord last Sunday. Using the Navy's new bomber, the Barracuda,' which is still on the secret list, the first wave took off ...

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  10. Australian Kittyhawks' Success in Italy

    CANDERRA, Thursday.— In three days recently the pilots of the. famous Australian Kittyhawk squadron fighting in Italy ...

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    LONDON, Thursday.—The Netherlands Government in London is planning to raise a new Dutch army to flight against the Japs. ...

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  12. Army and Defence Services Require Men

    CANBERRA, Thursday.—In a special report to the Federal Government, it is shown that the Australian Army and Other ...

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  13. Troops Ambushed in Burma

    NEW DELHI, Thursday. British troops on the Assam border have ambushed several Japanese parties both north and south of ...

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  14. More RAAF Decorations

    CANBERRA, Thursday.—The Air Minister', Mr. Drakeford, has announced that six officers of the RAAF serving overseas have ...

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  15. Women Suggested at Peace Conference

    Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt 'has named seven women whom she considers should sit at the Peace Conference table. ...

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    WELLINGTON, Thursday.—Total New Zealand casualties in the war to date are 28,607. More than 7000 of these have been ...

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  17. Visiting British Officers Praise Australian Troops

    MELBOURNE, Thursday.—The group of about 50 young British officers who recently spent three months with the AIF in New Guinea said at a press conference to-day that Australian soldiers had done a magnificent job in New Guinea. The spokesman of the party, Major Philpotts Green, said:- "The digger is a superb fighting man full of courage and very well led." ...

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  18. Willkie Not to Stand

    Wendell Willkie, Republican candidate for the 1940 US Presidential elections, said yesterday that Mr. Dewey's sweeping victory in the ...

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