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  3. PREDICTS TERRIBLE SLAUGHTER OF HUNS IN INVASION

    LONDON, Saturday.—"If ever the Huns attempt an invasion of great Britain, it will be the biggest slaughter in history," said Mr. Wendell Willkie, who was Republican candidate for the United States Presidency, in an interview with "The Sunday Despatch" ...

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  4. HEAVY AIR RAID ON TRIPOLI

    CAIRO, Saturday.—R.A.F. bombers last night heavily raided the docks at Tripoli, capital of Libya, setting fire to an 8000-ton merchantman, damaging one 4000-ton steamer and an 8000-ton. ship. ...

    Article : 476 words
  5. VISITED BY RAIDERS

    Italian warships assembled in the harbour at Tripoli, chief port of Libya, which was heavily raided by R.A.F. bombers on Saturday. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. CASTAWAYS RESCUED FROM BASS STRAIT ISLAND

    A wisp of smoke rising from Cat Island in the Furneaux Group, Bass Strait, led to the rescue of four castaways-survivors of the fishing vessel Tasman, which was driven ashore and broken up in a heavy gale on January ...

    Article : 431 words
  7. Greeks Break Italian Counter Moves

    LONDON, Sunday.—Recent Italian counter-attacks, on the Albanian front were not only a disastrous failure ...

    Article : 287 words
  8. Donovan Hurries to Ankara

    ISTANBUL, Saturday.—Col. Donovan, President Roosevelt's special envoy to the Balkans, arrived here to-day from ...

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  9. RIVALS TO PETAIN

    LONDON. Saturday—The Paris radio has announced the formation of a People's Committee, which will be a rival to Marshal Petain's National ...

    Article : 243 words
  10. Mystery of Night Without Raids

    LONDON, Sunday.—Londoners are mystified by another quiet night last night for which there was no obvious reason. An Air ...

    Article : 159 words
  11. PRIME MINISTER VISITS PORTSMOUTH

    LONDON, Friday.—During a three-hour of Portsmouth to-day, the Prime Minister (Mr, Churchil) ...

    Article : 275 words
  12. HUGE SUM FOR CHINA WAR

    TOKIO, Saturday.—Cabinet has approved extraordinary estimates for the army and navy for the fiscal year 1941 totalling 4880 million yen. They ...

    Article : 132 words
  13. Scandinavian Losses of Ships

    LONDON, Saturday.—The Berlin Radio quotes a Swedish source for these figures on the Scandinavian countries' shipping losses since the ...

    Article : 89 words
  14. BRAVERY OF GIRLS RECOGNISED

    LONDON, Friday.—A girl's bravery in keeping in service a 30 cwt. lorry containing 150 gallons of petrol for fire engines, despite intense German bombing, has won her the George medal. ...

    Article : 465 words
  15. DOVER SHELLED AT NIGHT

    LONDON, Saturday.—German long range guns fired across the English Channel (which was befogged) for nearly three hours before dawn ...

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  16. U.S. AMBASSADOR MAY GO TO CHINA

    WASHINGTON, Friday.—President Roosevelt to-day gave the impression to observers that he might be considering switching the posts of ...

    Article : 69 words
  17. ROOSEVELT ATTACKS ISOLATIONIST

    WASHINGTON, Saturday.—Renewing his feud with the Isolationist Leader, Senator Wheeler, President Roosevelt ...

    Article : 291 words
  18. PAMPHLETS BAN

    LONDON, Saturday.—The London Transport Board has banned the circulation of pamphlets and news sheets in tube shelters. ...

    Article : 73 words
  19. AUSTRALIAN GETS AWARD

    LONDON, Saturday.—A Royal Australian Air Force pilot, Wing-Commander Ian Duncan MacLachlan, has been awarded the D.F.C. for his ...

    Article : 112 words
  20. VICE CLEAN-UP PLANNED

    SHANGHAI, Saturday.—A thorough clean up of the Shanghai bad lands is provided in an agreement signed this morning between the municipal ...

    Article : 86 words
  21. PITH OF THE LEADERS

    NAZI PROPAGANDA is the function of the state. Propaganda for democracy should be the function of the people ...

    Article : 212 words
  22. CANOES READY FOR START

    At the West Launceston Progress Association's carnival at First Basin on Saturday, for the Fund for Crippled Children, the canoe race was one of the many interesting events. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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