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    LONDON, Saturday.—The capture of Tallinn, capital of Estonia, yesterday by the Russians copped o week of substantial gains by the Red Army after a ...

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    LONDON, Saturday.—The British 2nd Army in Holland is fighting a full-scale battle in its drive to relieve the hard-pressed air-borne troops holding on to a stretch of one of the branches of the Rhine at Arnhem. British tanks driving towards Arnhem last night linked up with ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. Their Offering

    LONDON, Saturday.—Australia missed the bus as regards immigration in not following up the human contacts made by members of the A.I.F. and R.A.A.F. IN contrast to Australia's inaction, the Canadian Migration ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. Tokio Says Manila Hit Again

    HIGHLIGHTS of today's news of the war against Japan are:—Tokio reports two more raids on ...

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  7. Nude, Prim, And Cartoon Girls Are Pin-Ups

    LONDON, Saturday.—A census taken in a British Services Club by moss observation to find, what kind of pin-up girl most ...

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  8. Czechs Fighting From Mountains

    LONDON, Saturday.—The struggle against the Germans in Slovakia is now well into its fourth week, and has entered ...

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  9. Germans Getting Out of Greece

    LONDON, Saturday.—The Germans are withdrawing their troops from the Aegean Islands, and from Crete and Greece, as fast as ...

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  10. Peace Problems Worry British Industry

    LONDON, Saturday.—Early peace problems for British industry are indicated by such news as the reduction of overtime, and the dismissal of workers in some trades. Press comment critically points out the Government's failure ...

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    LONDON, Saturday.—The British 8th Army in eastern Italy, after the capture of Rimini on Thursday, has crossed the ...

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  12. Council To Aid Italy

    WASHINGTON, Saturday.—Up to 50 million dollars (about £A15 millions) will be spent on relief for Italy. This was decided yesterday by ...

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  13. Monty's Bet With Patton On Date War Will End

    LONDON, Saturday.—"The European war will be over this year" says Field-Marshal Montgomery, and what Monty says is good enough for most of us—apart from those Whitehall brasshats to whom Monty's gaudy swearers, scarves, riding boots, canaries ...

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  15. Repairing Bombed British Homes

    LONDON, Saturday.—Repatching millions of bomb-blasted bouses before the winter wind and rain whips the tarpaulin covers from torn roofs and brings an ...

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  16. Church Support For de Gaulle

    PARIS, Saturday.—The Archbishop of Lyons (Cardinal Gerlier), noted for his outspoken statements during the German ...

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  17. Diggers Leave Switzerland

    LONDON.—From Zurich the first contingent of about 500 British nationals, who were ...

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  18. Girl Heroine Of Fight Against Japs

    General MacArthur's Headquarters.—Coseafima, the 18-year-old Ambonese heroine of the Dutch guerillas' fight for two and a half years in New Guinea, used a rifle when the Japanese came to close quarters. ...

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    London.—Official despatch from Holland this morning says a British column has driven to upper branch of ...

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  20. B.B.C. to Broadcast Political Debates

    LONDON, Saturday.—The B.B.C. is starting a revolutionary policy next month in which a real political controversy will be beard on ...

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