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  3. SWIFT ALLIED ADVANCE SPLITS AXIS FORCES IN TWO

    LONDON, Tuesday. — The remaining Axis forces in Tunisia have been split in two. The Cape Bon Peninsula has been sealed off, and all the enemy troops who retreated there are entirely isolated by land and sea. Allied armored units made a ...

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  4. BRITISH CASUALTIES IN N. AFRICA

    LONDON, Tuesday.—The Deputy Prime Minister (Mr. Attlee) said in the House of Commons that 1st Army casualties since April 17 ...

    Article : 316 words
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    SECOND SUBALTERN MARY CHURCHILL accompanies her father to British Infantry demonstrations. When Mr. Churchill visited a British infantry school in the north, he was accompanied by his youngest doughter, 2nd Subaltern Mary Churchill. This was her first public appearance as ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. RUSSIANS KEEPING UP PRESSURE ON NOVOROSSISK

    LONDON, Tuesday.—The Russians are battering their way step by step to the Black Sea port of Novorossisk. The Moscow Radio emphasises that there is no quick and easy way through the series of defence lines that the Germans have built up. The Russians ...

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  8. More Prisoners Exchanged

    ISTANBUL, Tuesday.—Another exchange of British and Italian prisoners has been completed at Smyrna, where 400 sick and wounded Italian ...

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  9. Succession of Field Days For Allied Airmen

    ALGIERS, Tuesday.—With the Luftwaffe driven from the sky, our airmen are having a succession of field days. Photographic records ...

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  10. FEVERISH AXIS ACTIVITY IN FRENCH RIVIERA

    LONDON, Tuesday.—The Axis authorities are rushing the evacuation of civilians from the French Riviera at top speed, states Router's Zurich ...

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  11. Many Americans May Settle in Australia

    LONDON, Tuesday.—Many American soldiers would settle permanently in Australia after the war, said Helen Hall, a director of Red ...

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  12. De Gaulle's Name is Household Word in Tunis

    LONDON, Tuesday.—"As in Gabes, Stax and Sousse, the name do Gaulle is on everyone's lips, with 'Vive l'Angleterre!' 'Vive 1 'Amerique!' ...

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  13. DEAN DEFIES QUISLING

    In the Protestant programme of the B.B.C.'s German Service, an incident in Norway illustrates the impotence of the Quisling Church authorities in the ...

    Article : 136 words
  14. DOCTORS REJECT NATIONALISATION PLAN

    LONDON, Tuesday.—The "Daily Express" says the Health Ministry has made a confidential suggestion to influential doctors throughout the ...

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  15. BOLD DECISION VINDICATED

    LONDON, Tuesday.—One of the greatest events in history, which led to the fall of Tunis and Bizerta, was recalled by Lord Halifax, ...

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  16. CATALINA SINKS NAZI SUBMARINE

    WASHINGTON, Tuesday.—A Catalina flying boat surprised a Nazi submarine when it surfaced in West Indian waters in March, and sank it ...

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  17. N. African Victory May Mark Turn of Tide

    LONDON, Tuesday.—The Canadian Prime Minister (Mr. Mackenzie King) told the House of Commons in Ottawa that the decisive ...

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  18. Franco's Peace Talk

    MADRID, Tuesday.—The world war had reached a point where neither belligerent had the power to destroy his opponent, said General Franco in a ...

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  19. Leaders May Meet to Decide Allies' Next Move

    WASHINGTON, Tuesday.—Informed observers believe the Allies' North African successes will be followed swiftly by Anglo-American conferences to decide when and where the United Nations shall next hit the Axis. It is possible there will be another heart-to-heart talk between Mr. Churchill and President ...

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  21. East Anglian Town Raided

    LONDON, Tuesday. — About 15 Focke-Walf fighter-bombers raided an East Anglian coast town after dawn and dropped bombs over widely ...

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  22. Fascist Purge in Croatia

    LONDON, Tuesday.—The Berlin Radio says that Pavelie, the Croat quisting Premier, has dismissed all the deputy leaders and party commissars from ...

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