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  2. FRENCH AGREEMENT.

    PARIS, Nov 21.—It was announced this afternoon that General de Gaulle, after long discussions with the three main party ...

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  3. PERSIAN SITUATION.

    LONDON, Nov 21.—The Persian ambassador in London has given the Foreign Minister (Mr Bevin) the latest report on the situation ...

    Article : 248 words
  4. BATAVIA SHOOTING.

    LONDON, Nov 21.—"Widespread shooting broke out in Batavia last night after a day of rapidly-growing tension intensified by the ...

    Article : 397 words
  5. NUREMBERG TRIAL

    LONDON, Nov 21.—Before the opening of the second day of the war crimes trial at Nuremberg, the Defence filed a motion asking that the tribunal secure from internationally recognised experts on international law an ...

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  6. JAVA CHAOS GROWS

    BATAVIA, Nov 21.—The situation in Java today is probably more chaotic than it has been for the past two months. The uncertainty of Indonesian feeling throughout the country, the small tongues of flame which are ...

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  7. A NAVY UNPREPARED.

    WASHINGTON, Nov 21.—The late Secretary of the Navy (Col Knox) warned that Japan might start war with a surprise attack ...

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  8. DEFIANT AMBONESE.

    BATAVIA. Nov 21.—Allied Headquarters explained today that the Ambonese troops who are to be withdrawn from Batavia with ...

    Article : 297 words
  9. AMERICAN CASE.

    LONDON, Nov 21.—Justice Jackson's speech runs into 90 closely-typed pages. It opened the case against the leading Nazis charged ...

    Article : 256 words
  10. SAIGON FLARE-UP.

    SAIGON, Nov 21.—An Allied statement announced today that Nationalist activity had flared up along the Godauha road running to the ...

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  11. DUTCH TROOPS DIVERTED.

    BATAVIA, Nov 21.—The announcement that there was "absolutely no foundation for the report" that permission ...

    Article : 109 words
  12. NEW GREEK CABINET.

    LONDON, Nov 21.—Entrusted by the Regent (Archbishop Damaskinos) yesterday with the formation of a Government the Liberal ...

    Article : 337 words
  13. YAMASHITA DEFENCE.

    MANILA, Nov 21.—The Yamashita defence opened with the submission of documents from the United States Army. ...

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  14. MR CHIFLEY'S APOLOGY

    CANBERRA, Nov 21.—The Prime Minister (Mr Chifley) tonight apologised to the C.-in-C. South-East Asia Command (Admiral ...

    Article : 205 words
  15. FOR THE DEFENCE.

    LONDON, Nov 21.—Von Ribbentrop has applied through sis counsel, Dr Fritz Sauter, for a number of prominent British citizens to ...

    Article : 181 words
  16. WHEN THE NUREMBERG TRIALS BEGAN.

    RUDOLF HESS Had abdominal cramps. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  17. JAPANESE INFLUENCE.

    LONDON, Nov. 21.—The Secretary for War (Mr. J. J. Lawson) in a written answer in the House of Commons to ...

    Article : 85 words
  18. CAFE GUN BATTLE.

    BATAVIA, Nov 21.—Cafe Capitol, the only place in Java that serves a decent meal of steak and eggs, has closed following a ...

    Article : 228 words
  19. HESS ILL.

    LONDON, Nov 21.—Apparently suffering from another attack of abdominal cramp Hess was led from the Court about an hour after the ...

    Article : 45 words
  20. KALTENBRUNNER IMPROVES.

    LONDON, Nov 21.—Ernst Kaitenbrunner, ex-chief of the security police and one of the Nuremberg defendants, who suffered a brain ...

    Article : 45 words
  21. OFFICIAL RESIGNS.

    SYDNEY, Nov 21.—Mr Joris Ivens, film commissioner of the Netherlands East Indies Government, said today that he had cabled the N.E.I. ...

    Article : 180 words
  22. FOREIGN POLICY.

    MELBOURNE, Nov 21.—"Admiral Lord Louis Mountbatten's statement clearly indicates what most people believe—that the Department of ...

    Article : 128 words
  23. HORROR CAMP.

    LONDON, Nov 21.—The United Nations War Crimes Commission has obtained evidence of the atrocities carried out early in 1944 at ...

    Article : 153 words
  24. SHOT AFTER PARLEY.

    BATAVIA, Nov 21.—The Indonesian Minister for Information and Internal Security (Mr Amir Sjarifuddin) announced tonight ...

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  25. GERMAN REFUGEES.

    BERLIN, Nov 21.—A plan under which 6,500,000 German refugees from Poland, Czechoslovakia Austria and Hungary will be distributed ...

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  26. THE CASUALTIES.

    LONDON, Nov 21.—In the House of Commons last night the Secretary of War (Mr Lawson) said that casualties of all nations to November 8 ...

    Article : 80 words
  27. UNDER-WATER WAR

    NEW YORK, Nov 21.—The Washington Bureau of the New York 'Herald-Tribune" writes: "Existing and contemplated developments may ...

    Article : 136 words
  28. JET-PLANE STOLEN

    LONDON, Nov 21.—A twin-jet single-seater Gloster Meteor, the world's fastest plane, mysteriously vanished from the R.A.F. station ...

    Article : 261 words
  29. RUMANIAN DISORDERS.

    LONDON, Nov 21.—Bucharest radio yesterday stated that there was documentary proof that the National Peasant Party leader (M. Maniu) ...

    Article : 146 words
  30. HITLER AS LOVER

    FRANKFURT, Nov 21.—Eva Braun was, by her own admission, "mistress of Germany's and the world's greatest man" as far back as May, ...

    Article : 317 words
  31. ITALIAN FASCISTS.

    LONDON, Nov 21.—There won't be any "Nuremberg" trials in Italy, says Reuters correspondent in Milan. because the punishment of the major ...

    Article : 76 words
  32. POLES RETURN.

    WARSAW, Nov 21.—It is officially announced that 175,000 Poles during the last three weeks have returned from Germany and other Western ...

    Article : 34 words
  33. AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS.

    Except where otherwise designated the overseas intelligence published in "The West Australian" is transmitted to Australia by the Australian ...

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  34. HIGH TREASON CHARGE.

    LONDON, Nov 21.—Walter Purdy, who was charged at Bow-street with high treason and aiding the Germans was committed for trial yesterday at ...

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