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  3. AUSTRALIANS IN ACTION IN SYRIAN INVASION

    LONDON, Monday—Many Australian in the British and Allied forces which entered Syria yesterday are fresh from their home country. Others saw service in Greece and the Western Desert and some senior officers served in ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  4. MATSUOKA STEPS IN

    TOKIO, Monday. — Japanese officialdom to-day continued to maintain the utmost reserve regarding the Nethelands East Indies crisis. However, it was reported without confirmation that the Foreign Minister (Mr. Matsuoka) ...

    Article : 425 words
  5. THEY DON'T COMPLAIN

    Part of an Australian and New Zealand hospital arrive in Crete after having been evacuated from Greece. Some of the quring sisters were wounded in a bombing raid whilst embarking, but they carried on uncomplainingly through the hardships of the evacuation. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. PRESSURE ON RUSSIA BY GERMANY

    LONDON, Monday.—Hitler has been applying heavy pressure on Russia for some time, backed up by visible threats ...

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  7. DINGHIES FOR AIRMEN

    LONDON, Monday. — The Ministry of Aircraft Production has perfected numerous devices for giving airmen a ...

    Article : 233 words
  8. BUDGET FOR 1941-42

    CANBERRA, Monday.—Three important factors yet to be determined will influence the final draft of the Federal budget for 1941-42. They are:— 1. Possibility of agreement with the states on ...

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  9. MANY KILLED IN ALEXANDRIA

    CAIRO, Monday.—Between 200 and 300 people were killed during raids by squadrons of German 'planes on Alexandria on Saturday night. The ...

    Article : 194 words
  10. BRITISH AID FOR CHINA

    CHUNGKING, Monday.—A despatch from London reported that a £5,000,000 sterling Anglo-Chinese credits agreement had been signed in London on ...

    Article : 41 words
  11. IRAQ BREAKS FROM ITALY

    BAGHDAD, Monday.—Iraq has broken off diplomatic relations with Italy. ...

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  12. ALL-IN EMPIRE WAR EFFORT URGED

    LONDON, Monday.—Imperial collaboration in the direction of the war and home effort, if necessary by a ...

    Article : 323 words
  13. CIVIL PETROL SUPPLIES

    MELBOURNE, Monday.—A hint that civil petrol supplies might be further restricted to meet the more important needs of the R.A.A.F. was given ...

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  14. SMOKING HABIT SAVED HIS LIFE

    Bombardier K. W. Nettleship, late aof new Guinea and now a member of an anti-tank regiment, had a narrow escape from serious wounding when a bullet struck him and lodged in his tobacco tin. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  15. NAVY SINKS MORE SUPPLY SHIPS

    LONDON, Monday. — Two more enemy ships used as supply ships for the German battleships Bismarck and Prinz ...

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  16. PREFERENCE TO UNIONISTS

    MELBOURNE, Monday—The general implementing of the principle of preference to unionists is to be submitted soon to the Federal Cabinet. ...

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  17. PITH OF THE LEADERS

    A QUICK German victory in the Middle East might bring Japan Into the war, but if the Nazis fail there, or if the struggle is long ...

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  18. RAID ON WESTERN GERMANY

    LONDON, Monday.—British bombers last night attacked targets in western Germany. Although the operation was not on a large scale, successful ...

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  19. FRENCHMEN STEAL NAZI PLANE

    LONDON, Monday. — Two Frenchmen landed in Britain to-day in a German plane stolen from the commander of an enemy airfield in the ...

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  20. THOUSANDS DROWNED IN FLOODS

    CALCUTTA, Monday.—Five thousand are reported to have been drowned in a cyclone which struck numerous villages in the Barisal district of the ...

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  21. DEVICE TO DETECT SUBMARINES ON SURFACE AT NIGHT

    DETROIT, Monday.—A guarded prediction that the submarine menace will be eliminated within a reasonably short time was made by Mr. Charles Kettering, distinguished scientist and inventor, who is in the closest touch with all scientific war developments. ...

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  22. HUGE EXPLOSION IN YUGOSLAVIA

    BELGRADE, Monday.—A powder depot explosion at Semendria (Yugoslavia) destroyed two-thirds of the town and killed over 1000 ...

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  23. PRINCE BERNHARD IN AMERICA

    OTTAWA. Monday. — Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands arrived unexpectedly by air to-day from England for a fortnight's visit to Princess ...

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