Articles from page 1: Previous page Next page

  1. Please wait. Loading browse data... loading
  2. MORE US TROOPS FOR JAPAN

    General MacArthur also announced that three-quarters of the 2,253,000 Japanese who were under arms in the ...

    Article : 299 words
  3. No title

    "I'M IN MELBOURNE TO STAY," said Pte Jack Wright, of Footscray, a five-year veteran of fhe 7th Division, as he kissed the platform on arrival at Spencer street yesterday. He had promised himself this gesture of appreciation of home before he left Balikpapan. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 43 words
  4. REACTION TO BELSEN TRIAL

    As the Belsen trial entered its fourth day German reaction is, on the whole, favourable. This aspect of the trial is ...

    Article : 222 words
  5. LAST POW's LEAVE HAINAN IS.

    The evacuation of Allied prisoners of war from Hainan Island was completed yesterday morning, when 139 ...

    Article : 463 words
  6. TENSION OVER INDO-CHINA EASIER NOW

    Talks between Dr T. V. Soong, Chinese Prime Minister, and General de Gaulle, which have just ended, will, it is believed, ...

    Article : 62 words
  7. Display Advertising

    {No abstract available}

    Advertising : 34 words
  8. JAP REBELS TRIED TO THWART EMPEROR'S PLANS

    Disclosing how Japan's war effort ended in a fantastic cloak and dagger finale the Tokyo paper, ...

    Article : 196 words
  9. 900 AUSTRALIAN POW's NOW WAITING AT MANILA

    Another group of 487 Australian prisoners of war arrived at Manila on Wednesday from Japan. There are now nearly ...

    Article : 85 words
  10. THE FIRST STEP HOMEWARD. Australians of the 8th Division leaving

    Changi gaol, Singapore, to embark on the hospital ship Oronje, due in Darwin today. Other pictures of these liberated POW's are published on page 9. They were taken by Norman Smith, staff photographer of THE ARGUS. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 46 words
×

Tags, Lists & Comments Help

Buy

Download

Please choose from the following download options:

Share

Share this item on:

Print

Print page as...

Display settings Help

Copies Direct logo

The National Library of Australia's Copies Direct service lets you purchase higher quality, larger sized photocopies or electronic copies of newspapers pages.

Clicking on the Order now button below will open the ordering form in a new window which will allow you to enter the details of your request.

Scope
Format of download
as... PDF PDF

You need to login before you can save preferences.