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  3. GREEK FIGHTING NOW IN LAST STAGES

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—Probable failure of British military intervention in Greece was admitted to-night by Mr. Fadden, Acting Prime Minister, in his third public war review within three weeks. ...

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  4. Mr. FADDEN'S OFFER

    SYDNEY. Thursday.—An invitation to join a National All-pariy Administration was formally extended to-day to the Labour party ...

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  5. THE BIG GUNS THAT DEFEND BRITAIN'S SHORES.

    Huge 12in. howitzers on roilway mountings are among the big guns ready and waiting to rain death ond destruction upon Hitler's forces should he attempt an invasion. The howitzers fire a shell a third of a ten in weight. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. WAR PLANS IN MOROCCO

    Reliable sources here state that there are obvious signs of war preparations in Spanish Morocco. It is said that heavy coastal guns ...

    Article : 172 words
  7. NEW LINE HELD IN GREECE

    AUTHORITATIVE QUARTERS IN LONDON STATE THAT NO VERY LARGE ATTACKS WERE MADE AGAINST THE NEW BRITISH IMPERIAL LINES IN GREECE YESTERDAY. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  8. PLYMOUTH HIT AGAIN

    It is estimated that 50 planes participated in the third successive night attack on Plymouth. The damage was mostly in residential ...

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  9. MAY MAKE BIG DECISIONS

    Reason for Lient.-General Sir Thomas Blamey's appointment as deputy C.-in-C. British forces in the Middle East, it is authoritatively ...

    Article : 81 words
  10. FORMIDABLE QUADRUPLE 14in. GUNS

    of the King George V., one of Britain's latest battle-ships, in action. It is now revealed that the Prince of Wales, sister ship to H.M.S. King George V., is in commission. Three other ships of the class are being completed. They are of 35,000 tons ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  11. LINDBERGH'S SPEECH

    Mounted police were called out to quell a fierce riot that occurred when Colonel Charles Lindbergh delivered an anti-British address, ...

    Article : 228 words
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  13. NEW ANZACS IN GREECE

    SYDNEY. Thursday.—"We know that no Australian overseas has ceded a foot of ground in the face of overwhelming numbers, e[?]cept in a burning ...

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  14. ANZAC MESSAGE FROM KING

    CANBERRA. Thursday. — Lord Gowrie has received the following Anzac Day message from the King: ...

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  15. RUSSO-JAPANESE PACT

    Following the approval of the Eusso-Japanese neutrality pact the Emperor has ratified the pact, which is effective for five years. ...

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  16. FAST TORPEDO BOATS

    Twenty fast naval motor torpedo boats were ready and possibly on their way to Britain. Colonel Knon, Secretary to the U.S. Navy, announced yesterday. ...

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  17. KING PETER'S ESCAPE

    Members of the Jugoslav Cabinet revealed after their arrival in Cairo. says the "Daily Mail" correspondent. that German planes had harried King Peter ...

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  18. BREST RAIDED AGAIN

    For the tenth time this month the R.A.F. again attacked Brest, where the German battle-cruisers' Scharnhorst and Gneisenau are ...

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  19. MORE QUESTIONS IN COMMONS

    When the House of commons met yesterday members asked more questions about the campaigns in Greece and Libya. ...

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  20. MINOR GRIEVANCES

    SYDNEY. Thursday.—A sharp rebuke was given to-night by Mr. Spender, Army Minister, to people who exploit minor grievances to direct criticism against ...

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  21. UNITED FRONT IN BRITAIN

    AUCKLAND. Thursday.—Mr. W. Holrnes. past president of the Trades Union Congress in Great Britain. arrived to-day. and was welcomed on behalf of ...

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  22. NEED FOR COURAGE

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—Mr. Hughes, Navy Minister. in an address to the Legacy Club to-day, made a fervent appeal to Australians to show ...

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  23. WOMEN IN INDUSTRY

    SYDNEY, Thursday. —Prospect of women displacing men in certain occupations to enable maximum manpower to be concentrated on wai mdustiies was ...

    Article : 148 words
  24. DEFENDING N. AMERICA

    Readiness on the part or Canada and the United States to defend the seas for 1,000 miles from the shores of North Amcerica was declared yesterday to be a ...

    Article : 157 words
  25. EAT MORE MEAT

    Difficulties which had arisen from restrictions on exports of mutton and lamb would disappear if Australian consumers [?] more. Mr. A. E. Stahl. Master ...

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  26. U.S. EXPERT'S CRITICISM

    Majoi Alejandet de Seerskj atiition epeit writes that it wis a basic mlllt-uj mistake to hae diidcd the limited BUtlsh forces In the Near East into three ...

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