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    Smashing their way through the outer defences as the spearhead of an attack launched at dawn yesterday, the Australians have entered Bardia and have taken 8,000 prisoners. The whole stronghold has not yet fallen. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  4. Spearhead Of Bardia Attack

    CAIRO.—Although the Australians were still on manoeuvres in a rear camp when the Western Desert attack began, they have been in the front line round Bardia for many days. ...

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  5. Late News

    London.—The Western England town which suffered in a heavy air raid on Friday night was Bristol (See cable this page.) ...

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  7. No, He Wasn't The Sergeant Major

    EARLY editions of "The Mall," announcing the Australians' entry into Bardia, were rushed in city streets by members of the ...

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  8. R.A.F. Paved Way For Final Assault

    LONDON, Saturday.—Penetration of the defences of Bardia at dawn yesterday by the Australians was preceded by a series of R.A.F. raids and ...

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  9. Londoners Beat Fire Bombs

    LONDON, Saturday—Fire-spotters are credited with saving scores of London buildings by snuffing out ...

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  10. Prisoners Now Exceed 46,000

    THE capture of 8.000 prisoners by the Australians in their assault on Bardia. brings the total number of prisoners taken by the ...

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