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  3. MORE VICHY CONCESSIONS TO JAPAN LIKELY

    LONDON, Wednesday.—An agency message from Vichy to-day suggests that the Vichy Government is likely to grant Japanese further concessions in Indo-China, in the form of naval and air bases. ...

    Article : 709 words
  4. Nazi War Upon Communists and Jews

    CAIRO, Tuesday.—It is reported that Bulgarian Jews are being transported wholesale to Germany for munition work in the Ruhr. The gauleiter ...

    Article : 72 words
  5. NEW PLANE DELIVERY SYSTEM

    WASHINGTON, Tuesday.—The Army Air Corps Ferry Command, organised last month to pick up warplanes at factories and fly them to Atlantic ports for shipment to Britain, j made its first deliveries to-day. They were two four-motored ...

    Article : 57 words
  6. CAPTURED BY A.I.F.

    AUSTRALIAN TROOPS WERE TO THE FORE when Allied forces drove info Syria. These latest pictures, just released by the Department of Information, show—Above: Men of the A.I.F. on the waterfront at Sidon after its capture. It was an important objective in the advance along the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. R.A.F. RAIDS IN SPITE OF STORMS

    LONDON, Wednesday. — Royal Air Force bombers and fighters flew through severe thunder storms last night to ...

    Article : 723 words
  8. HARD FIGHTING ON ALL RUSSIAN FRONTS

    LONDON, Wednesday.—The latest Moscow communique indicates that there has been no change on the Eastern Front during the past 12 hours. Reports of continued fighting an the RussoFinnish front were mentioned for the first time last night. ...

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  9. RUMBLINGS IN THE BALKANS

    LONDON, Tuesday. — The "Times'" Beyoglu (Turkish) correspondent says political circles are giving attention to a visit by ...

    Article : 385 words
  10. MANNING OF DANISH SHIPS

    SAN FRANCISCO, Tuesday.—The Sailors' Union has threatened a strike of six thousand members because the Danish ships recently taken over by ...

    Article : 157 words
  11. Encouraging Results Against U-Boats

    LONDON, Wednesday.— The Financial Secretary to the Admiralty told the House of Commons to-day that ...

    Article : 28 words
  12. Should Be Preparing For Rehabilitation

    WASHINGTON, Tuesday. — "Free Governments and peace-loving people should now be preparing for the better day that will ...

    Article : 233 words
  13. OBJECTED TO BEING LEFT BEHIND

    CAIRO, Tuesday.—Italian eagerness to escape from hostilities was demonstrated in the Western Desert when a group of Italian prisoners which had been left behind by the British repaired a broken down lorry and raced frantically after their ...

    Article : 151 words
  14. 10 Killed When Bomber Hit Telegraph Pole

    LONDON, Tuesday.—Ten persons. Including six W.A.A.F.'s, were killed at the week-end, when a Hudson bomber collided with a telegraph pole, ...

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