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  3. THE SAINTS LOOK DOWN ON FIRE-SWEPT LONDON.—

    This remarkable picture taken from the dome of St. Paul's Cathedral tells better than any words can of the fire-bomb terror brought to the City of London by German airmen on December 29. The raid was a deliberate attempt to set London on fire. (By airmail.) ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 54 words
  4. CASUALTIES NOW 623

    Australia's 1lth large list of A.I.F. battle casualties, released yesterday by Army Headquarters in Melbourne, ...

    Article : 344 words
  5. GERMAN-VICHY RADIO WAR

    A BITTER RADIO WAR HAS BEGUN BETWEEN FRANCE AND GERMANY, WITH THE NAZIS USING STUTTGART AS THEIR MOUTHPIECE TO TRY TO BELITTLE MARSHAL PETAIN AND ...

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  6. JAPANESE PAPERS ANGERED BY DUTCH REFUSAL

    The refusal of the Dutch Government to allow the Netherlands East Indies to enter into the proposed new order in East Asia as suggested by Mr. Matsuoka, Japanese Foreign Minister, has evoked angry ...

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  7. THE MARK OF THE HUN.

    Reminiscent of Ypret theie ruint stood in Paternoster Square Row—the home of the booksellers and publishers—after the German wanton fire raid on London. In the background it the Old Bailey, which was also damaged. (By airmail.) ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  8. BALKAN DRIVE EXPECTED

    Officials in various Balkan countries are convinced, says the "Daily Mail" Sofia correspondent, that Hitler has decided to march through ...

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  9. ST. PAUL'S STILL DOMINATES LONDON'S SKYLINE.

    After the German fire raid Royal Engineers were busy blowing up dangerous buildings. this building in Newgate street was dynamited. (By airmail.) ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  10. LADY BLAMEY TO RETURN

    War Cabinet decided last night to inform Lieut.—General Sir Thomas Blamey, G.O.C. Australian Army Corps, that Lady Blamey, ...

    Article : 84 words
  11. JAPANESE REMAIN IN INDO-CHINA

    The Japanese military mission in Indo-China has cancelled its departure for Hanoi, the capital, and has decided to remain indefinitely ...

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  12. NEW JAPANESE BID TO CUT SUPPLY ROUTE

    Japanese troops landed on the coast east of Hong Kong this morning in an effort to cut a supply route to Chungking. ...

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  13. FERE BOMB ON BED

    An incendiary bomb burnt through the roof of a public house in London last night, and dropped on a bed' in which a mother and ...

    Article : 201 words
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  15. DENIAL BY RUSSIA

    The Tass Agency denies that Turkey and Russia have entered into a secret agreement for the supply of Russian armaments to Turkey ...

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  16. TAKING OF BARENTU OPENS WAY TO RED SEA

    The occupation of Barentu, following the fall of Agordat, has enabled British forces to penetrate into the heart of Eritrea, and has partially cleared the way for them to push forward to capture Massawa, on the Red ...

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  17. DANISH VESSELS FOR BRITAIN

    Danish officials now in London are reported here to have completed negotiations whereby the British Government will take over 38 ...

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  18. NO WOMEN FOR WAR ZONE

    Without giving any reasons, War (Cabinet last night rejected the proposal that Australian women's auxiliaries should be sent oversea ...

    Article : 156 words
  19. GERMAN BITES DOG AND MAKES IRISHMAN ANGRY

    After William Henninger, a German at Peoria (Illinois), had bitten his Irish setter on the nose because it had refused to perform tricks in ...

    Article : 67 words
  20. SOUTH ITALY A "WAR ZONE"

    Greek reports state that Mussolini has declared the whole of southern Italy a war zone, and has placed it under martial law. ...

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  21. TWO NIGHT RAIDS ON BREST

    Twice last night Coastal Command bombers made small-scale attacks on Brest, the chief naval base in occupied France. ...

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  22. ITALIAN CLAIM

    A Rome communique states that Italian destroyers scored seven hits with torpedoes on a convoy in the Red Sea on Sunday night. ...

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  23. WILLKIE FLIES TO EIRE

    Mr. Wendell Willkie flew to Dublin to-day on a hurried visit to Mr. de Valera. ...

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