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  2. NOW JAPAN

    Soon after the announcement in Washington yesterday by the US War Department that the mass movement of troops from Europe to the Pacific was about to begin, and would be accelerated by the use of transport planes and all ...

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  3. LAST PHASE

    LONDON, May 9.—With the ratification in Berlin yesterday of Germany's Act of Surrender the war in Europe closed. A special order-of-the-day by Marshal Stalin, broadcast by Moscow radio, declared that today would be Victory Day in Russia. Earlier Moscow radio has announced the singing of the Act of Surrender ...

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  4. RATIFICATION.

    LONDON, May 9.—"It was a clear, sunny day over Tempelhof," said Moscow radio today. "The aerodrome was lined with glittering ...

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  5. "WE ARE COMING."

    CANBERRA, May 9.—The following personal message from Mr Winston Churchill to the peoples of the British Empire in the Far ...

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  6. VICTORY HAILED

    LONDON, May 9.—With all its memories of big events London has probably never known a day or night like those of yesterday. There were three focal points of historic celebration-Buckingham Palace, where Their ...

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  7. EXPEL MILITARISTS.

    NEW YORK, May 9.—The Washington bureau of the New York "Herald-Tribune" says: "The Government unleashed a propaganda ...

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  8. MOSCOW ECSTASY.

    LONDON, May 9.—"The Russians have really let themselves go," reports the BUP correspondent in Moscow. "Moscow has never seen ...

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  9. LOVED LEADER.

    LONDON, May 9.—The multitude which waited all yesterday afternoon at Whitehall for a glimpse of Mr Churchill were rewarded when ...

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  10. REDS ARRIVE.

    LONDON, May 9.—This morning the patriot-controlled Prague radio stated that the Red Army had entered Prague. ...

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  11. SIGNATORIES OF RATIFICATION.

    Air Chief Marshal SIR A. TEDDER. (For General Eisenhower). ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  12. BACK TO WORK.

    LONDON, May 9.—"We have another enemy to dispose of," declared the Minister of Labour (Mr Bevin), in a speech in London last night. ...

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  13. WAR OF SEA LANES.

    GUAM, May 9.—At a Press conference today, Admiral Nimitz flatly declared that there was not enough of the Japanese fleet left to oppose ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  14. MAKING IT POSSIBLE.

    NEW YORK, May 9.—The Washington bureau of the "New York Times" says the War Department outline of immediate Pacific plans ...

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  15. LESS SPONTANEITY.

    NEW YORK, May 8.—V-E Day celebrations in New York were largely anti-climax after the enthusiastic celebrations yesterday. ...

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  16. AID IN PACIFIC.

    NEW YORK, May 9.—The Manila correspondent of the American Associated Press says that General MacArthur has hailed the prospect ...

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  17. "ON TO TOKIO."

    SAN FRANCISCO, May 9.—Addresing a huge "On to Tokio" mass meeting in the Civic Auditorium the Australian Minister for the Army ...

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  18. IN RADIO SILENCE.

    LONDON, May 9.—Reuters correspondent with the Third United States Army stated yesterday that General Patton's army was rolling ...

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  19. OKINAWA LULL.

    GUAM, May 9.—The C-in-C Pacific Ocean Area (Admiral Nimitz) in his communique today says: "Battle- ships and cruisers delivered heavy ...

    Article : 212 words
  20. CRUSADE'S CHIEFS.

    LONDON, May 9.—In a victory order-of-the-day to men and women of the Allied Expeditionary Force, General Eisenhower says: "The ...

    Article : 373 words
  21. MEN STILL DYING.

    LONDON, May 9.—The Archbishop of Canterbury in a Victory- Day service at St Paul's Church, Bedford, said: "In this great hour ...

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  22. AIR FERRYING.

    LONDON, May 9.—The commander of the European division of the USAAF Air Transport Command (Brig-General Hoag) disclosed today ...

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  23. LEAVING DENMARK

    LONDON, May 9.—A Copenhagen message says that nearly 300,000 German troops have started the long march from Denmark in ...

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  24. CEASE FIRE ORDER.

    LONDON, May 9.—The order to the German armed forces signed by General Jodi on behalf of the German Fuehrer, Grand Admiral ...

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  25. PUSHED INTO HILLS.

    MANILA, May 9.—American forces on Mindanao have continued to crowd the enemy into difficult bill country and largely cut them off ...

    Article : 132 words
  26. MEETING IN INDIA

    WASHINGTON, May 8.—The United Press states that General Marshall (Chief of Staff, US Army) disclosed tonight that the United ...

    Article : 226 words
  27. BORNEO DEATH CAMP

    MELBOURNE, May 9.—The correspondent of the Netherlands Press Agency Aneta on Tarakan, Nathan Broch, cabled today that officers of ...

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  28. CONTROL OF BERLIN.

    SAN FRANCISCO, May 9.—The United Press says the French delegation has announced that the joint four-Power occupation of Berlin ...

    Article : 105 words
  29. AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS.

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

    Article : 33 words
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