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  2. Appalling Conditions in Prison Camps

    LONDON, Sunday.—Appalling conditions in the Nazi concentration camps in Germany and Poland have been reported by the National Council in France to the National Council of Liberation in Algiers. Many French ...

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    MOSCOW, Sunday.—The siege of the big Crimean part of Sebastopol has begun, Massed Saviet tanks, artillery, and infantrymen form a semi-circle three miles from the heart of the port, and the Red Air Force has established complete supremacy in the air. The siege is the climax to the seven ...

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  4. Commonwealth Seizes Copies of Sydney Sunday Telegraph: Censorship Breach?

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—Undistributed copies of the Sydney Sunday Telegraph were seized by Commonwealth Peace Officers this morning because the paper allegedly disobeyed orders issued by the NSW Publicity Censor. Prosecution has been threatened by ...

    Article : 217 words
  5. Bucharest and Ploesti Bombed

    LONDON, Sunday.—Bucharest and Ploestt have been heavily attacked by large formations of Liberators and Fortresses from ...

    Article : 128 words
  6. German Losses in Ukraine Now 90,000

    MOSCOW, Sunday.—Latest figures released on the campaign in the southern Ukraine reveal that 90,000 Germans have been ...

    Article : 62 words
  7. Hitler will be 55 Next Thursday

    LONDON, Sunday.—Hitler will be 55 on Thursday, and the Germans have been asked to dedicate all 10-year-old children to ...

    Article : 46 words
  8. Yugoslav Partisans Active on all Fronts

    LONDON, Monday.—Partisans are active in almost all parts of Yugoslavia, and the Nazis are rushing up reinforcements. ...

    Article : 72 words
  9. Australian Army Reduction Defended

    WASHINGTON, Sunday.— A. statement on the reduction in the strength of the Australian Army has been made by Senator ...

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    LONDON, Sunday.—British patrols in the Ancio beachhead area captured 60 German prisoners during recent raids. ...

    Article : 112 words
  11. RAF Mechanic's Escape from Death

    LONDON, Sunday.—Clinging to the tail of a carrier-based aircraft, and frozen, stiff by the slipstream, an RAF mechanic recently had a narrow escape from death He was holding the tail of the plane down, and could not let go. ...

    Article : 148 words
  12. Entry of European Orphans into Australia

    MELBOURNE, Sunday.—Entry of European orphans into Australia after the war was urged by Mr. Percy Spender, former Army ...

    Article : 66 words
  13. Anti-Fascists Approve of King's Decision

    LONDON, Sunday.—Leaders of six Anti-Fascist organisations in Italy have approved of the action of the King in appointing his son, ...

    Article : 71 words
  14. Japs Now Eight Miles from Imphal

    NEW DELHI, Sunday.—Jap forces are now only eight miles from the British base of Imphal in the province of Manipur. ...

    Article : 132 words
  15. Big British Airfield Handed Over to USAAF

    LONDON, Sunday.—One of the largest airfields in Britain has been handed over to the USAAF by the Royal Air Force. ...

    Article : 73 words
  16. Ancio Most Heavily Fortified Battle Area

    LONDON, Sunday.—The Ancio beachhead is the most heavily fortified battle area in the world, correspondents claim. Hundreds of guns command every approach; the whole beachhead has been converted into a fortress; and Kesselring has found it impossible ...

    Article : 271 words
  17. Big Attack on Jap Fleet Soon

    WASHINGTON, Sunday.—"The Jap Fleet cannot hope to make good its losses, and heavy blows will be struck during the next ...

    Article : 112 words
  18. US Will Not Swerve

    NEW YORK Sunday.—The Assistant Secretary of State, Mr. Breckenridge Long, told the American Federation of Labour ...

    Article : 76 words
  19. General Giraud Issues Last Order of the Day

    LONDON, Sunday.—General Girand has issued his last Order of the Day as Commander-in-Chief of the French Army. ...

    Article : 67 words

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