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  3. BATTLE FOR TUNISIA NOW PRACTICALLY OVER

    LONDON, SUNDAY.—CAPE BON PENINSULA IS NOW THE ONLY CENTRE WHERE THE AXIS IS STILL PUTTING UP ORGANISED RESISTANCE. FOLLOWING THE EARLIER ANNOUNCEMENT THAT TUNIS AND BIZERTA WERE IN ALLIED HANDS, GENERAL EISENHOWER'S COMMUNIQUE TO-DAY STATED THAT IN THE PAST THREE DAYS AT LEAST ...

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  5. CONQUEROR OF TUNISIA

    General Sir Harold Alexander, who is commanding the Allied Forces in the field in Tunisia. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    A map of Northern Tunisia showing the Axis defence line through which the Allied armies smashed to take Tunis and Bizerta. The remnants of the scattered Axis torees me expected to attempt to make a final stand in the hills of Cape Bon Peninsula, to the North-East of Tunis. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. AXIS "DUNKIRK" BID SMASHED

    LONDON, Sunday.—Allied planes on Thursday tore into a convoy of motor barges and small craft making a "Dunkirk" bid to escape from Tunisia. Ten craft, jammed with troops, were sunk. This was the first Axis attempt to stage a "Dunkirk." ...

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  8. MEDITERRANEAN NOW OPEN

    LONDON, Sunday.—With the virtual end of the Tunisian campaign, the Mediterranean Sea route is now open to the Allies ...

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  9. N. AFRICAN VICTORY HERALDS BIG DEVELOPMENTS

    NEW YORK, Sunday.—The "New York Times" correspondent in Washington says the smashing victory in Africa is regarded as a ...

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  10. WITHDRAWAL IN BURMA

    NEW DELHI, Sunday.—.Following the successful reinforcement by the Japanese of their forward positions in the Arakan area in ...

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  11. Spain Determined to Remain Neutral

    WASHINGTON, Sunday.—The Spanish Ambassador (Senor dE Cardenas), prior to leaving for Madrid to consult the Spanish Government, conferred ...

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  13. RUSSO-POLISH TENSION REVIVED

    LONDON, Sunday.—After a temporary easing, the Russo-Polish tension has again become serious with charges by the Russian Deputy Foreign ...

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  14. Japan Protests to Peru

    NEW YORK, Sunday.—The Tokio Radio says the Japanese Government spokesman (Mr. Hori) announced that Japan has lodged a strong protest with ...

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  15. BRITISH RIVALS RACE TO TUNIS

    LONDON, Sunday.—Eighth Army veterans of the 11th Hussars who had crossed Africa, raced their comrades ' of the First Army's Derbyshire ...

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  17. BIG DRIVE TO THROW GERMANS OUT OF CAUCASUS

    LONDON, Sunday.—The Russians, in their drive to throw the Germans out of the Caucasus, are reported to have broken through one of the strong defence lines protecting the Black Sea port of Novorossisk. The advance was made under cover of a terrific ...

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  18. HITLER WILL OFFER PEACE TO RUSSIA

    LONDON, Sunday.—According to the Istanbul correspondent of the "Daily Express," Hitler said recently that Russia would be offered ...

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  19. HEAVIER BOMBING OF GERMANY

    LONDON, Sunday.—The Minister for Aircraft Production (Sir Stafford Cripps), when visiting an American bomber station, said ...

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  20. U.S.Will Not Tolerate Coal Strike

    WASHINGTON, Sunday.—President Roosevelt has made it clear that the Government does not expect, nor will it tolerate, any new work stoppage by ...

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  21. ENGLISH COUNTIES RAIDED

    LONDON", Sunday.—There was slight enemy activity over England early yesterday morning, when bombs were drooped at a few places in Essex, ...

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  22. FLAK TOWERS TO DEFEND BERLIN

    LONDON. Sunday.—The Berlin Radio Says flak towers, with eight antiaircraft guns each, are now guarding Berlin. Each contains the same ...

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