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    The appointment of Colonel-General Baron Geyr von Schweppenburg to von Rundstedt's anti-invasion headquarters in France as commander of an army group and special adviser to the German chief is regarded as ...

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  3. British Eighth Army Captures Frosinone

    LONDON, Thursday.—British troops of the Eighth Army have captured Frosinone on Highway Six, one of the most important German strong points and Sora, further along from Arce on the secondary escape road running north from Highway Six. Sora was invested initially by the New ...

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  4. Allies Make Steady Progress in Burma

    KANDY, Thursday.—Chinese and US troops have made some further progress in the Mogaung Valley and in the bitter fight for ...

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  5. Curtin Makes Impression in Canada

    OTTAWA, Thursday.—The Prime Minister, Mr. Curtin, made a deep impression on Canadian newspapermen at the largest press ...

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  6. West African Decorated

    KANDY, Thursday.— A West African trooper has been decorated for gallantry in action in Burma. He is the first at his ...

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  7. Australia Making Open Cut Mines Equipment

    CANBERRA, Thursday.— Special equipment is being manufactured in Australia for use in open cut mines. ...

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  8. Torpedoed Ship Survivors Machine Gunned by Japs

    PERTH, Thursday.—Torpedoed in the Indian Ocean by a Jap submarine with their captain taken prisoner, 38 survivors of a British merchant ship spent 37 days in an open lifeboat. The submarine circled the survivors, killing several with machine guns. ...

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  9. Portuguese Liner Stopped by U-Boat

    PHILADELPHIA, Thursday.—It was learned here today that a Portuguese liner was stopped mid-Atlantic by a German submarine last ...

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  10. Germans Tighten Watch on Sweden

    STOCKHOLM, Thursday. —The Germans have [?]mened their watch on the border between Norway and Sweden to prevent ...

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  11. Dislikes English as She is Spoke

    MELBOURNE, Thursday.— The language of prosecuting counsel started something in South Melbourne Court when he used the ...

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    LONDON, Thursday.—The RAF was out in great strength last night in attacks on railway marshalling yards a d junctions in Western Europe. English people, in the Chan el ports witnessed great red explosions at midnight on the French side of the channel ...

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  13. Mr Forde Says Clothing Supplies Satisfactory

    CANBERRA, Thursday. —The supplies of materials and clothing at present were greater than this time last year, said the ...

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  14. Plan for Post-war World

    WASHINGTON, Thursday— Tentative plans for the policing of the post-war world have been prepared by the US Government ...

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  15. Tito Calls for Offensive Everywhere

    CAIRO, Thursday.—Marshal Tito, in an order of the day, has called upon all Partisan forces fighting in Yugoslavia to mount a full ...

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  16. Audience With King

    LONDON, Thursday—The High Commissioner for the United Kingdom in Canada, Mr. Malcolm Mac. Donald, yesterday was received in ...

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  17. Woolcott Forbes Owed £13,827 in Taxes

    SYDNEY, Thursday. — When John Woolcott Forbes left Australia five years ago he owed £13,827 in Federal, State, and ...

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  18. Russians Hold New German Drive

    MOSCOW, Thursday—The Germans have failed to exploit their local success at Jassy in Rumania where they drove a wedge into ...

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  19. De Valera Government Returned

    LONDON, Thursday.—All members of the de Valera Government in Fire have been returned in the elections just hold. ...

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  20. Mr Justice Lukin Dead

    MELBOURNE, Thursday.— Mr. Justice Lukin, former Judge in Bankruptcy of the High Court of Australia, died in Melbourne ...

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  21. Fires Still Rage in Canada

    OTTAWA, Thursday.—The worst fires in ten years are still raging in Canada, mainly in the State of Ontario. ...

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