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  3. BETTER MALAYAN DEFENCE

    SINGAPORE, Wednesday—Discussing to-day with journalists how an enemy might try to strike against Malaya, the British Far East Commander-in-Chief (Air Chief Marshall Sir Robert Brooke-Popham) said: "I am perfectly ...

    Article : 656 words
  4. LEFT FROM BEACHES

    Because Piraeus the port of Athens, had been rendered unusable, the evacuation of Empire forces from Greece was made from open beaches in the face of heavy and repeated attacks from the air and pressure on land. ...

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  5. WILL THEY BE IN ACTION?

    Ships of the Turkish fleet in the Grand Harbour at Istanbul. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. VAST MERCHANT SHIPPING DRIVE TO CARRY AMERICAN AID TO BRITAIN

    WASHINGTON, Wednesday.—President Roosevelt has ordered the creation of a pool of 2,000,000 tons of United States and requisitioned foreign merchant ships from which Britain may draw to replace tonnage sunk. ...

    Article : 421 words
  7. NEW YORK SAYS RAIDER GETS 8 SHIPS

    NEW YORK, Wednesday.— Marine circles reported to-day that an Axis raider, possibly, the Admiral Scheer, destroyed ...

    Article : 109 words
  8. FEWER SHIPS LIKELY

    An approach has been made to the Federal Government by Tasmanian .Steamers Pty. Ltd., for a variation of the ...

    Article : 403 words
  9. HELD IN EGYPT

    CAIRO, Thursday.—Italian and German forces attempting to invade Egypt are still "bogged" in the vicinity of ...

    Article : 270 words
  10. HEAVY MALTA RAID

    LONDON, Wednesday—A Malta communique says a large formation of Junkers 88's, escorted by Messerschmitt 109's, attacked Malta last night. ...

    Article : 92 words
  11. NAZI CAPITAL AND DOCKS BOMBED

    LONDON, Thursday—Bombers of the Royal Air Force centred their attack in Germany last night on the shipyards and docks at Kiel. but bombers also ...

    Article : 186 words
  12. SOVIET BAN EVIDENCE OF BREACH

    WASHINGTON, Wednesday.—Russia's decree banning the transit of war materials across the Soviet is viewed ...

    Article : 316 words
  13. GERMANS TAKEN FROM U.S. SHIP

    HONOLULU Wednesday—The American liner President Garfield has radloed the local agency that the ship was stopped at sea yesterday by a ...

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  14. Eight Raiders Down at Plymouth

    LONDON, Wednesday. — During the fifth night raid on Plymouth last night eight enemy raiders were destroyed, five by anti-aircraft batteries and three ...

    Article : 120 words
  15. FATHER THAMES—TRAFFIC ROUTE

    A London river waterbus en route for the city, taking the place of road vehicles held up by bombing. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  16. ANTARCTIC AS STRATEGIC BASE

    WASHINGTON, Wednesday—Coinciding with a declaration here today that the Antarctic could be made a ...

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  17. PITH OF THE LEADERS

    A NAZI VICTORY would, in the opinion of many Americans, mean that even if Germany's actual conquests by force of arms ...

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  18. A.R.P. ORGANISATION FOR NEW YORK

    NEW YORK, Wednesday.—The Mayor (Mr. La Guardia) is urging the training of a city Home Guard similar to Britain's A.R.P. organisation. He ...

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  19. JAPAN WILL MAKE FINAL PLUNGE

    TOKIO, Thursday — "If the United States. Britain or any other power continues to send aid to Chungkins, unmindful of the word situation, there will be no other course for Japan than to plunge into a firm, final step to achieve ...

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  20. German U-boat Ace Missing

    ZURICH, Wednesday.—The German Admiralty is reported to be anxious concerning the whereabouts of Captain Lieutenant Prien, who has not reported ...

    Article : 130 words
  21. FIGHTERS AND ANTI-AIRCRAFT GUNS BAG 252 ENEMY PLANES IN APRIL

    LONDON, Wednesday. — British 'fighters in the Middle East destroyed more enemy planes in April than in any month since the outbreak of war. The Air Ministry says that 252 enemy planes were destroyed. The highest ...

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  22. URGES U.S.A. TO GO TO WAR

    REDDING (Conn.), Wednesday. -- Mr. Albert Levitt, former governor of the Virgin Islands, telegraphed President Ronsevelt to-day urging an ...

    Article : 77 words
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