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  3. MAJORITY FAVOURS U.S. ENTRY INTO WAR

    NEW YORK, Saturday.—The latest Gallup survey shows that 68 per cent. of the votes who were consulted are in favour of the United States entering the war if it is essential for the defeat of the Axis, while 19 per ...

    Article : 134 words
  4. GERMAN FORCES ENTER GREEK CAPITAL

    LONDON, Sunday—This morning a German advance guard entered Athens, the Greek capital, and was followed by mechanised units. The capitulation of the Greek nation is expected immediately. ...

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  5. KEEPING WATCH OVER CONVOYS

    From dawn till sunset every day shipping bringing food a and raw material to Britain is escorted by Sunderland aircraft of the R.A.F. The Short "Sunderland" long-range reconnaissance flying boat has four Bristol "Pegasus XXII." engines each of 850 h.p. Armament includes multiple gun turrets fore and aft and two further gun positions in the top of the fuselage. Hence the aircraft is referred to as a ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. U.S. PATROL PLAN AIDS CONVOYS

    WASHINGTON, Saturday.—The expanded United States neutrality patrol system, announced by President. Roosevelt yesterday, will be equally as effective as convoys for keeping the North Atlantic free from raiders, ...

    Article : 512 words
  7. NEW INFLUENCE ON POLITICS

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—Enemy radio stations which are broadcasting throughout the world lying statements of i rift in relations between the British and Australian peoples are exercising an important influence on Australian ...

    Article : 629 words
  8. HAND SHATTERED BY GRENADE

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—The right hand of Harry Howard (28), fireworks manufacturer, of Epping, was shattered by the ...

    Article : 112 words
  9. NEW 'TYPHOON' FIGHTER

    LONDON, Sunday.— An amazing new single-seater lighting plane, the "Typhoon," is now in full production in ...

    Article : 121 words
  10. 20,000 DEAD IN RAIDS ON BELGRADE

    LONDON, Sunday.—Eyewitnesses who have returned from Yugoslavia say that the air raids on Belgrade killed ...

    Article : 144 words
  11. ROOSEVELT SENDS SON TO CHINA

    HONG KONG, Saturday.—Captain James Roosevelt, of the United States Marine Corps, eldest son of the President, arrived this afternoon ...

    Article : 205 words
  12. LIVE-STOCK IN EIRE TO BE KILLED OFF

    DUBLIN, Saturday. —In a speech to-day Mr. de Valera warned that because of the shortage of food in Eire ...

    Article : 68 words
  13. "They Will Get it Back"

    LONDON, Saturday.—The Prime Minister (Mr. Churchill), alter seeing air raid damage at Manchester to-day, said: "It's a tragedy, but they will get ...

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  14. VICTORIA LEAGUE LOSS

    The picture shows the King George and Queen Elizabeth Victoria League Club, London, which was destroyed by enemy action last week, when the secretary, Miss Drayton, C.B.E. and members of her staff lost their lives. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  15. NEW ATTACK ON TOBRUK SMASHED

    LONDON. Sunday.—A heavy attack was launched against the defence of Tobruk from the direction of Aeroma by enemy infantry supported by artillery at dawn on Thursday. The fire of the defenders brake the attack ...

    Article : 438 words
  16. YUGOSLAVS IN AFRICA

    CAIRO, Saturday.—A number of Yugoslav troops and planes have arrived in the Middle East to join the Allied forces in the fight against the ...

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  17. PITH OF THE LEADERS

    THE RECENT German successes in the Balkans and in Africa will have increased the influence of the aggressive elements ...

    Article : 229 words
  18. Battle Nears Its Close

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—At the Anzac Day service at Mosman to-day the Minister for the Army (Mr. Spender) said that the battle of Greece wa nearing its ...

    Article : 129 words
  19. FRITZ KREISLER BADLY HURT

    NEW YORK, Saturday.—The famous violinist, Fritz Kreisler, was knocked down by a truck in Madison Avenue to-night. He was rushed to hospital, ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  20. OFFICIAL NEWS SUPPLY FROM GREECE WAS POOR FROM BEGINNING

    LONDON, Sunday.—"Not the least of the weaknesses revealed by the war in Greece is the almost complete breakdown of the supply of official British information," says "The Daily Mail" in a leading article. ...

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  21. "IMPERIAL ARMY IN GREECE WAS SHORT OF EQUIPMENT"

    NEW YORK, Saturday.—The Imperial expeditionary force to Greece was too small and the force was short of equipment. These are observations of the "New York Times" in a leading article to-day. ...

    Article : 299 words
  22. NEW EXTINGUISHER WILL BEAT INCENDIARY BOMBS

    NEW YORK, Saturday.—The development of a new and highly effective extinguisher for incendiary bombs was announced to-day at the ...

    Article : 114 words
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