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  2. Air Battering of Balkans Continues

    LONDON, Monday.—Following the blasting of Turnu Sever in on Saturday, an Important supply base and [?]isembarkation centre on the eastern bank of the Danube in Rumania, Fortresses from Italy returned ...

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  3. RUSSIANS STORM INTO SUBURNS OF SEBASTOPOL

    MOSCOW, Monday.—Marshal Malinovsky's forces have stormed into the suburbs of the great naval base and historic city of Sebastopol. Bewildered Nazis by the thousands are streaming ...

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  4. Sensation Caused by Government Action on Sydney Papers and Melbourne Herald

    SYDNEY, Monday.—Following the seizure of Sydney's morning newspapers to-day by ' Common- wealth Peace officers, the High Court later granted a temporary injunction preventing the publication of two articles in the Daily Telegraph. The matter is in obeyance until next Friday. Copies of the Sydney Morning herald were also seized, and later in the day publication of The Sun and ...

    Article : 500 words
  5. TITO'S SUCCESSES

    ALGIERS, Monday.—From Yugoslavia, Mashal Tito's Headquarters reports successful raids in Herze[?]ovina where his forces ...

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  6. "Wrecking Expedition" at Ancio Beach Head

    LONDON, Monday.—At the Ancio beachhead in Italy, troops of the US 5th Army have been on a "wrecking expedition," ...

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  7. New Government for Italy Suggested

    MOSCOW, Monday.—After an exchange of views with the United States and England, the Soviet Government has suggested ...

    Article : 54 words
  8. TRUK RAIDED AGAIN

    GENERAL MACARTHUR'S HQ, Monday.—Solomons-based heavy units before dawn yesterday struck enemy installations at ...

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  9. Missing Report on Pyjama Girl; Dentist and Anatomist Conclusions to be Submitted

    MELBOURNE, Monday.—When the Pyjama Girl inquest was resumed to-day, it was disclosed that a report made by police Sergeant King after viewing the body in its formalin bath at the Sydney University hi 1938, is missing. Mr. J. V. Barry, KC, ...

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  10. Labour Wins in Queensland, But Has Reduced Majority; QPP Gains Four Seats

    BRISBANE, Monday,—Counting continued in the Election yesterday and to-day, but there was no alteration to Saturday night's position of the parties. The position summarised is that Labour, which. had 38 seats, now has 36," having lost Bowen, Logan and ...

    Article : 162 words
  11. Dewey Tells of His Administration

    NEW YORK, Monday.—The Governor of New York State, Mr. T. E. Dewey, who, according to Associated Press, is currently ...

    Article : 111 words
  12. Another Allied Airborne Landing in Burma

    Last night's communique on the fighting in Burma announces that the Allied forces have regained control of the Imphal plains on the ...

    Article : 182 words
  13. Less than 1000 Miles from Tokio

    PEARL HARBOUR, Monday.— Matsuwa, in the Kuriles, was the objective in the raid on the Kuriles yesterday. ...

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  14. Predictions by C-in-C of Ceylon

    KANIDY, Monday.—The q-in-C Ceylon, Admiral Sir Geoffrey Layton, in welcoming Admiral Lord Louis Mountbatten to ...

    Article : 125 words
  15. RICKENBACKER IN A QUANDARY

    NEW YORK, Monday.—Colonel Eddle Rickenbacker's promise of a case of Scotch whisky for the first [?]er in the Southern Pacific ...

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  16. JAPS PLANNED WAR 15 YEARS AGO

    WASHINGTON, Monday.— The United States Government has published documents showing that as far back as 1029, the ...

    Article : 91 words
  17. SUGGESTED AGENDA

    He suggests that the Governments of Europe must have the support of their people after the war. He urges that all necessary measures be drawn ...

    Article : 69 words
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