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  3. ANZAC CLUB OPENED IN SINGAPORE

    Specious well-appointed club rooms with facilities for recreation in a homely atmosphere have been provieded for Anzacs on leave in singapore. This photograph was taken on the opening afternoon of the Amzac Club in the centre of Singapore city. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  4. ALL-OUT PROSECUTION OF WAR SOUGHT

    LONDON, Tuesday. —The evacuation of Crete is producing questioning from the public and the press which is more widespread and heart-searching than in the case of any previous withdrawal. ...

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  5. Japanese Paper's Tribute to Gallant Anzacs

    TOKIO, Tuesday. —"The Japan Times" unprecedentedly pays a tribute to-day, [?] bravery of Britons in Crete and specifiea[?] gallant Anzacs, stating; "Officers and men kinghthood." ...

    Article : 83 words
  6. JAPANESE IMPATIENT WITH EAST INDIES

    HONG KONG, Tuesday. — Voicing impatience with "hostility" displayed by Netherlands East Indies authorities in reference to the current Japanese-Batavia economic negotiations, the newspapers "Miyako" and "Hochi" editorially. ...

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  7. FRANCE BIG PROBLEM BEFORE AXIS

    LONDON, Tuesday.—France is the chief problem between Hitler and Mussolini, and this was probably discussed ...

    Article : 152 words
  8. DARLAN WOOING GERMANY

    LONDON, Tuesday.—Admiral Darlan's co-operation with Germany hourly approaches a more decisive stage and a vital decision must be made soon. "The Times" diplomatic correspondent states that the French Deputy Chief ...

    Article : 317 words
  9. BOMBS DROPPED ON CHUNGKING

    CHUNGKING, Tuesday.—The British Embassy was badly damaged and the French Consulate was demolished when 27 planes dropped many bombs on ...

    Article : 98 words
  10. German Charges of Atrocities

    LONDON, Tuesday. —The Berlin radio is Whipping up stories of alleged Cretan atrocities against German soldiers. It is claimed that the bodies ...

    Article : 78 words
  11. GREEKS HARASS GERMANS

    CAIRO, Tuesday.—A proclamation issued by the Commander of the German forces in Greece declares that unknown persons have torn down the ...

    Article : 98 words
  12. N.Z. LOSSES IN CRETE

    AUCKLAND, Tuesday. — Information from the Middle East, said the Acting Prime Minister (Mr. Nash), suggests that a ...

    Article : 71 words
  13. AUSTRALIA ON ITS WAY TO GREATNESS

    SYDNEY, Tuesday. —The retiring High Commissioner for the United Kingdom (Sir Geoffrey Whiskard) said to-day that the war would hasten the ...

    Article : 91 words
  14. MUNITIONS STRIKE MAY BE SETTLED TO-DAY

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—Indications are that the strike in the munition annexes at the works of Electricity Meter Manufacturing Co., Waterloo, will be ...

    Article : 81 words
  15. ARMY NOT USING MARGARINE

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday.—The Minister for the Army (Mr. Spender) said to-day that no margarine had been used or was being used as a ...

    Article : 79 words
  16. AXIS GETS FUNDS OUT OF AMERICA

    WASHINGTON, Monday.—The Secretary to the Treasury (Mr. Morgenthau). asked whether he favoured Federal freezing in order to prevent the ...

    Article : 58 words
  17. BRITAIN AND U.S.A.

    The photograph shows the prime Minister, Mr. Churchill, watching Mr. Winant (U.S.A.) Ambassador) sing a pledge of co-operation ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  18. EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN TENSE

    LONDON, Tuesday.—A state of tension exists in Syria and Cyprus where the next German move may come. In Egypt, the Defence Ministry has established a "western defence zone of Cairo" and a state of siege has been proclaimed ...

    Article : 273 words
  19. NAVY AGAIN SHOWS HIGH COURAGE

    CAIRO, Tuesday.—Three cruisers—including H.M.A.S. Perth—and five destroyers evacuated the first batches of ...

    Article : 282 words
  20. PITH OF THE LEADERS

    THE BRITISH PRESS is making a frontal attack on military policy. It wants to know why there was not more preparation in ...

    Article : 288 words
  21. STRENGTHENING DEFENCES OF GREENLAND

    WASHINGTON, Tuesday. —United Press understands that President Roosevelt has hastened the strengthening of ...

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  22. KING FEISAL IN BAGHDAD

    BAGHDAD. Tuesday.—The boy King Feisal of Iraq arrived at Baghdad to-day by special train from the royal summer palace 250 miles ...

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  23. PREDICTION OF GREAT FRENCH C.-IN-C.

    The following extract from a London newspaper published during the dark days of the First World War is interesting in view of the ...

    Article : 179 words
  24. FOUR GOOD REASONS WHY HITLER CANNOT WIN

    NEW YORK, Tuesday.—Mr. Harry Hopkins, director of the Lease-or-Lend programme, writing in "The American Magazine" says there are four essential facts against Hitler to prevent him winning the war. ...

    Article : 127 words
  25. BRITISH RAID ON GERMANY

    LONDON, Tuesday.—British bombers attacked shipping in the Kiel Canal in daylight on Monday. and also objectives in Schleswix-Holstein. They sank ...

    Article : 72 words
  26. TO MEET SHORTAGE OF DOCTORS

    CHICAGO. Tuesday.—The Association of American Colleges announces three recommendations to meet a shortage of doctors during a national ...

    Article : 71 words
  27. Bomber Crashes in Test Flight

    SAN DIEGO (California). Tuesday.— Four were killed, including the chief test pilot, William Wheatley, when a four motored Consolidated bomber ...

    Article : 45 words
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