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  3. GERMAN PRESSURE IN UKRAINE STRONGLY INCREASING

    Heavy German pressure in the Ukraine is still being met by large Red Army forces, and there has been-no appreciable advance by the invaders in the last 24 hours. In the central sector there is still furious fighting, and Smolensk may be in Nazi ...

    Article : 564 words
  4. AIRMEN IN CANADA.

    Empire Air Scheme trainees at Trenton Air Station, Canada. (Top left) Sqd.-Ldr. D. E. Edwards, administrative heod of Central Flying School; (right) LAC A. t. u. Barros, or Flemington (VI, congratulated on receiving hil wings by Sqd.-Ldr. J. C. Gordon, MC. Sir Clive Baillicu looks on. (Below lett) Flt.-Lt. H. E. Walker, of Hamilton, instructs Bill Tullcr, of Montreal, in the art ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 101 words
  5. NO EASING OF TENSION IN FAR EAST

    REPORTS RECEIVED YESTERDAY BY THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT DO NOT CONFIRM OVERSEA SUGGESTIONS THAT THERE HAS BEEN ANY EASING OF THE TENSION IN THE FAR EAST CAUSED BY THREATS OF FURTHER JAPANESE AGGRESSION. ...

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  6. RED ARMY IS INTACT

    Despite the growing threat to Odessa and German progress towards the vital Black Sea port of Nikolayev, observers in ...

    Article : 226 words
  7. CHINESE KEEP JAPANESE BUSY IN NORTH

    A high Chinese military officer told a United Press correspondent at Chengchow, Hunan province, today, that ...

    Article : 263 words
  8. VICHY "SELLOUT" PREDICTED

    Most observers agree that a new Vichy "sellout" to Germany is most likely. American reports forecast a full Vichy ...

    Article : 261 words
  9. AUSTRALIAN VIEW FEATURED IN LONDON-US PRESS

    Newspapers in London and Washington give prominence to messages from Australia on the Far Eastern situation, and make a feature of the Commonwealth Government's reaction to it. ...

    Article : 474 words
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  11. THAI WARNING TO POSSIBLE INVADERS

    After an announcer on Bangkok Radio had appealed to the Thai people last night to stand up to possible invaders, he ...

    Article : 125 words
  12. GRIM BATTLE OUTSIDE GAOL

    In a bloody bid for liberty by 4 prisoners, Warden Jess Dunn, of Oklahoma State prison, 3 convicts and ...

    Article : 203 words
  13. NO "DIPLOMATIC BAG" FOR JAPAN IN CAIRO

    Japan can no longer send her "diplomatic bag" containing documents immune from search from Cairo, says Daily ...

    Article : 148 words
  14. ANOTHER RAID ON BERLIN

    Berlin was raided last night for the third time in 4 nights. Soviet bombers made the attacks on Thursday and Friday ...

    Article : 208 words
  15. "AUSTRALIA READY FOR ANYTHING"

    Asked to define Australia's attitude toward the Far Eastlern crisis, Mr. Casey said at Des Moines (Iowa) today: ...

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  16. 12 A I F BROTHERS; SISTER ALSO WANTED TO GO

    ADELAIDE, Monday.—Miss Beryl Smith, of Malvern (SA), has 12 brothers in the AIF, 7 of them abroad and 5 training ...

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  17. TETE-A-TETE MAY BE A THREESOME

    A new reason for the mystery surrounding the alleged meeting of President Roosevelt and Mr. Churchill is given by Saigon ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  18. US TWO-OCEAN NAVY IN 1944

    Naval sources expert that the U-S two-ocean navy will be completed in 1944, two years ahead of time. Not all the ...

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  19. ONLY ONE RAIDER OVER BRITAIN

    The Air Ministry says a small number of enemy aircraft last night flew off the east coast of England and Scotland. Only ...

    Article : 102 words
  20. THIS DIET SOUNDS OVERBALANCED!

    In Louisiana today 250,000 officers and men begin 6 weeks field manouvres. Rations ordered for them ...

    Article : 54 words
  21. VAST MANOEUVRES ON U S PACIFIC COAST

    From Fort Lewis, Washington, comes a report that the waters of Puget Sound have been mined for the greatest ...

    Article : 64 words
  22. H M S DEFENDER SUNK

    The Admiralty announces that HM destroyer Defender has been sunk, but that no lives have been lost. ...

    Article : 42 words
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