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  2. NEUTRALITY PROBLEM.

    The First Lord of the Admiralty (Mr. Winston Churchill) in a broadcast on Saturday night, in which he said that an intensification of the struggle was to be expected, paid particular attention to the position of the small European neutrals. ...

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  3. RUSSIA'S COURSE.

    MOSCOW, Feb. 29.—In an address on Soviet foreign policy to the Supreme Council of the U.S.S.R. tonight, the Prime Minister and Foreign Minister (M. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  4. WAR ORIGINS.

    LONDON, March 30.—A declaration that the United States opposed any compromise by the democracies with the totalitarian countries, and also a promise ...

    Article : 900 words
  5. WAR IN THE AIR.

    LONDON, March 30.—German bombers yesterday evening launched an attack on a British convoy, but, according to an Admiralty communique, were driven off ...

    Article : 498 words
  6. GERMAN IRON NEEDS.

    LONDON, March 30.—While Sacndinavia is anxiously watching the storm blowing up in Norwegian waters figures of Sweden's iron ore exports prove that ...

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  7. MR. WELLES'S MISSION.

    WASHINGTON, March 29.—A conference took place today between President Roosevelt, the Secretary of State (Mr. Cordell Hull) and the Under-Secretary ...

    Article : 296 words
  8. NAZI DISAPPOINTMENT.

    BERLIN, March 30.—While authorised quarters express satisfaction at M. Molotov's references to Nazi-Soviet relations, they are clearly disappointed at his ...

    Article : 110 words
  9. EYES ON THE BLACK SEA.

    LONDON, March 31.—The spotlight of world diplomacy rests at the moment on the Black Sea. Significant events are the unexpected arrival in Paris of ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 681 words
  10. WESTERN FRONT.

    LONDON, March 31.—This morning's French communique reports machine-gun fire along the Vosges, in Upper Alsace. In local encounters west of the Vosges ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 154 words
  11. BRITISH SUCCESSES.

    LONDON, March 30.—An official announcement was made today that Royal Air Force fighter patrols in France yesterday engaged strong formations of ...

    Article : 287 words
  12. GREEK MERCHANTMEN.

    ATHENS, March 30.—The Prime Minister (General Metaxas) has issued a decree which requires all Greek merchantmen flying foreign flags to return to ...

    Article : 59 words
  13. NORWAY PROTESTS TO GERMANY

    OSLO, March 30.—It is officially announced that the Norwegian Government strongly protested to Berlin on March 26 against the sinking of the ...

    Article : 60 words
  14. BRITISH CABINET.

    LONDON, March 30.—Commenting on the meeting of the Supreme War Council in London on Thursday. the "Observer" says it may influence changes ...

    Article : 196 words
  15. PLANES FOR ALLIES.

    NEW YORK, March 30.—The Los Angeles correspondent of the United Press says that the Anglo-French Purchasing Commission has ordered 3,500 ...

    Article : 189 words
  16. RAIDERS DRIVEN OFF.

    LONDON, March 31.—British fighters drove off enemy planes approaching the Shetland Islands today. No bombs were dropped by the raiders. A plane believed. ...

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  17. ALLIED LOSSES.

    LONDON, March 30.—A Berlin communique claims that 12 British planes and 10 French planes have been shot down since February 29, making the ...

    Article : 88 words
  18. AIR FACTORY STRIKE THREAT.

    LONDON, March 30.—Over 5,000 men at one of the most important Vickers Armstrong aircraft factories threaten to strike on Monday, failing the ...

    Article : 123 words
  19. SPEECH'S MEANING.

    LONDON, March 31.—Mr. Churchill's speech, giving notice to the world of the Allies' necessity to cut loose from the "tatters of violated legal convention" is ...

    Article : 361 words
  20. FISHERMEN VICTIMS.

    LONDON, March 29.—Victims of German air attacks on fishing vessels now receiving medical attention are three members of the crews of two Aberdeen ...

    Article : 132 words
  21. CONDUCT OF THE WAR.

    LONDON, March 29.—Intensifying its attack against the alleged lethargic waging of the war the "Economist" demands a two-years' plan for victory and a clear ...

    Article : 238 words
  22. SOVIET AND BRITAIN.

    LONDON, March 31.—The "Sunday Times" in a leading article says that the most important part of Mr. Churchill's broadcast was his references to the ...

    Article : 202 words
  23. BRITISH RECEPTION.

    LONDON, March 31.—Although there is a general unwillingness to trust Soviet pronouncements or admit that anything good can come out of Russia, most ...

    Article : 333 words
  24. FLIGHTS OVER LOW COUNTRIES

    BRUSSELS, March 30.—Anti-aircraft guns fired on foreign planes at a great height south of Brussels yesterday. The planes were later identified as German. ...

    Article : 59 words
  25. AIRMEN ABROAD.

    LONDON, March 29.—Following the promotion (recently announced) of Squadron-Leader Charles Pearce to command the R.A.A.F. squadron serving with ...

    Article : 147 words
  26. NO CREDENCE IN U.S.

    WASHINGTON, March 30.—Commenting on the release by the German Foreign Office of the alleged Polish documents found in Warsaw, President ...

    Article : 469 words
  27. NEW ZEALANDER'S VICTORIES.

    LONDON, March 30.—Flying-Officer E. Kain, the daring 21-year-old New Zealand pilot who, with five German machines officially credited to him, has ...

    Article : 99 words
  28. FINNISH CASUALTIES.

    HELSINKI, March 30.—M. Molotov's figures of Finnish casualties are described as grossly exaggerated. Finnish listexers were surprised that M. Molotov made no ...

    Article : 36 words
  29. PLUNDERERS' BOOTY.

    LONDON, March 29.—In a speech to the Press Club today, Dr. Benes, the former President of Czechoslovakia, said that the value of military and ...

    Article : 49 words
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