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  3. EXPECT INDEPENDENT BULGARIA TO END THIS WEEK

    SOFIA, Sunday.—While Bulgarian officials are still scoffing at reports of an imminent German occupation, all indications are that the coming week will be fatal for Bulgaria. German troops began to cross the Danube at several places on ...

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  4. BOW AND ARROW REAPPEARS IN EAST AFRICA

    LONDON, Sunday.—Bows and arrows have reappeared in the British Army in East Africa. This is no throwback to mediaeval days, but a new and terrifying weapon. ...

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  5. AUSTRALIAN TANK

    An Australian tank goes into action on manoeuvres at Cape Schank, on Victoria. The big 16-ton vehicle, which is covering the advance of two Bren-gun carriers, is taking part in the first tank shoot held at the school of army fighting vehicles. It can cover rough ground ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. More Nazi Troops Move Into Italy

    Movements of German troop transports to Sicily and throughout South Italy continue unceasingly. ...

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  7. A.I.F. Camps Colourful : Malaya Scenes

    SINGAPORE, Monday—The Australian camps in Malaya have as picturesque a setting as could be imagined, with excellent accommodation ...

    Article : 263 words
  8. MUSSOLINI ADMITS REVERSES

    ROME, Sunday.—An admission of Italy's great losses was made by Mussolini in an address to a Fascist Party gathering, broadcast to every town and hamlet in Italy. He said the Italian 10th Army had been swept away with ...

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  9. Plane Turns Over Near Ross : Airmen Uninjured

    An aircraft used for training at Western Junction flying school hit a stump and overturned when landing near ...

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  10. DEPUTY EXPLAINS "MEDIATION" OFFER WHEN MATSUOKA FAILS TO APPEAR

    TOKIO, Monday.—The Foreign Minister (Mr. Matsuoka) did not fulfill the promise made by an Administration member that he would appear in the House to-day to explain his alleged mediation offer to the British Foreign ...

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  11. ARMS WORKERS COMPLAIN

    MELBOURNE, Monday.—Allegations that there had been heavy "medical casualties" among factory workers ...

    Article : 358 words
  12. FIRST BEAUFORT PLANE WILL SOON BE FLYING

    MELBOURNE, Monday.—The Minister for Supply and Development (Senator McBride) declared to-day that there was ...

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  13. HOSPITAL SHIP ATTACKED

    LONDON Sunday.—The standard of enemy conduct has changed since the appearance of Germany in the Mediterranean warfare, the Admiralty says ...

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  14. GREEK ARTILLERY POUNDS ITALIAN POSITION

    Rain has slightly flooded streams and restricted operations, but the Greeks are reported to have improved slightly their positions in the central ...

    Article : 115 words
  15. HOMES FOR ITALIAN RAID VICTIMS

    BERLIN, Sunday.—The German Official News Agency says that Mussolini has allocated 15,000,000 lira for the construction of 360 dwellings to ...

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  16. TRADE TALK RESUMED IN BATAVIA

    BATAVIA, Sunday.—The Dutch-Japanese trade talks have been resumed after a delay caused by the statement ...

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  17. MELBOURNE'S ONLY RAID SHELTER

    This is Melbourne's solitary air raid shelter, lying below the surface of Treasury Gardens. It has recently come into the limelight again following the appointment of a special committee of experts to survey air raid shelters. One estimate of the cost of providing ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  18. ENGLISH WOMAN IMPRISONED

    BOMBAY, Sunday.—Mrs. Freda Bedi, the first English woman to participate in Gandhi's disobedience movement, was sentenced to six months' gaol. ...

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  19. PITH OF THE LEADERS

    THE REPORTS from Bulgaria of Communist demonstrations against the Germans suggest that Russia is endeavouring to inspire ...

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  20. INVENTOR SHOT

    NEW YORK, Monday.—Michael Borislavsky (55), a former colonel in the Czarist army and inventor of military devices which the War ...

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  21. General Says United States Headed for War

    PITTSBURGH, Sunday.—"The United States is headed for war," said General Hugh Johnson in a speech to-day. "We shall be lucky if we are not in it before summer comes." ...

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  22. FRENCH PLAN RESUMPTION OF WAR WITH THAILAND

    TOKIO, Monday.—All the ships of the French Far Eastern fleet, including the flagship, the 7000-ton cruiser, Lamotte Picquet, have sailed in the direction of the Gulf of Siam, says a Japanese report from Saigon. ...

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  23. Invasion Bases Raided

    LONDON, Sunday—After a busy day patrolling over the Straits of Dover, the Royal Air Force is believed to have raided the invasion coast to-night. ...

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  24. DIVE BOMBERS FAIL

    LONDON, Monday.—"German dive bombers again failed to smash a British convoy taking supplies through the Mediterranean," reports a British ...

    Article : 99 words
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