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  3. AUSTRALIA REMEMBERS DEEDS OF ANZAC

    Anzac Day was commemorated throughout Australia yesterday under the shadow of grim news form the war front and gained deeper significance form the fact that the gallant fight of the new generation of Anzacs was in progress in Greece while yet the notes ...

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    ANZAC DAY DAWNS ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. FINAL BATTLE IN GREECE

    LONDON, Friday—Athens radio went off the air at 9 o'clock last night but resumed at midnight with this announcement:"The final decisive battle before the gates of Athens now under way, The situation serous." ...

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  6. ITALIAN FORCES IN FRONT OF DESSIE ROUTED BY SOUTH AFRICANS

    LONDON, Thursday.-In the fiercest battle of the East African campaign, South African troops utterly routed the Italian forces holding the mountain barricades before Dessie (abort 170 miles north-east of Addis Ababa) ...

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  7. "PANZER KILLER" IS NEW U.S. SECRET WEAPON

    WASHINGTON, Thursday. —The Army announces that it is developing a new secret weapon which some, ordnance ...

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  8. HITLER'S PATIENCE WEARS THIN: MAY MARCH SOON AGAINST GIBRALTAR

    LONDON, Friday.—While there are many indications that Hitler is not prepared to wait much longer for permission to send his troops across Spain to attack Gibraltar, there is little to suggest that he plans any immediate move ...

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  9. MR. MENZIES WANTED IN LONDON

    LONDON, Friday.—"Politicians are again discussing whether we have the best possible. system for supreme ...

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  10. U.S. 'WAR CABINET' MEETS

    WASHINGTON, Friday—President Roosevelt yesterday held at 90 minute conference with his "War Cabinet" consisting of Mr. Cordell Hull colonel knox, Mr. Stimson. Mr. Morgernthau and Mr. Harry Hoping providing the first ...

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  11. U.S. FACING SOFT COAL SHORTAGE

    WASHINGTON, Thursday.—The Secretary of the Interior (Mr. Ickes) and Mr. Sayers, chief of the Mines Bureau, reported to the President to-day that ...

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  12. IN THE NAME OF THE CITY

    The Mayor (Alderman F. Boatright) addressing the large gathering a the Anzac service at Royal park yesterday ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  13. TRIPOLI AGAIN ATTACKED BY R.A.F.

    LONDON Thursday,—Following the terrific naval bombardment of Tripoli on Monday, Royal Air Force ...

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  14. NOT HOPEFUL

    SYDNEY, Friday. — Even the most hopeful Government member does not expect acceptance by the Labour Party ...

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  15. PITH OF THE LEADERS

    THE FAILURE of Australians to take the war seriously in the past has not been entirely their own fault. They have lacked ...

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  16. JAPAN ADOPTS NEW PACT

    TOKIO, Thursday—An extraordinary session of the Japanese Privy Council this afternoon approved the Russo-Japanese Neutrality Pact, which ...

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  17. More Australians Reach Malaya

    SINGAPORE, Thursday. — With the arrival of further Australian troops-mostly auxiliary units-the Australian forces in ...

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  18. AUSTRALIANS NOT QUITTERS

    SYDNEY, Friday.—German radio propaganda alleging political dissension in Australia and asserting that no more Australian soldiers would be sent ...

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  19. BRITISH TROOPS REACH MOSUL

    LONDON, Friday. — The Istanbul correspondent of the Independent French News Agency reports that the British troops who landed in Iraq ...

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  20. TOBRUK REPELS ENEMY

    CAIRO, Friday.—The British G.H.Q. communique to-day says: "The Empire forces have conducted a further orderly withdrawal in Greece, inflicting severe ...

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  21. "BABY" SUBMARINE SINKS TANKER

    LONDON. Thursday.—An Admiralty communique reports that a heavilyladen oil tanker of more than 10,000 tons, while tryin, to run the blockade, ...

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  22. BRITAIN HAS QUIET NIGHT

    LONDON, Friday.—The Air Ministry says enemy activity over Britain last night was on a small scale. Bombs were dropped at points in south, east ...

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  23. CALL FOR PEACE PRAYERS

    LONDON. Thursday.—Pope Plus bas issued a Papal Letter asking that the month of May be set aside for special. prayers for special prayers for peace. ...

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