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  4. HITLER MOVES HQ TO MINSK AS RUSSIANS PRESS ON

    Hitler is reported to have moved his headquarters back from Smolensk to Minsk. This follows the announcement that the Russians have smashed through the German lines on a 70-mile front between Smolensk and Leningrad, and reached points about 100 miles from the Latvian frontier. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. MAP OF NEW GUINEA AND NORTHERN AUSTRALIA

    in which concentric circles radiate 300 miles apart from Cape York. Points in New Guinea and the [?]ismatck Archipelago where there has been enemy activity are indicated. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. EVACUATION OF LAE: FIGHTING AT RABAUL

    LAE, CAPITAL OF NEW GUINEA, HAS BEEN EVACUATED AND ALL COMMUNICATIONS WITH THE TERRITORY OF NEW GUINEA, AS DISTINCT FROM PAPUA, HAVE CEASED. Japanese forces have effected landings on the 2 main islands of Bismarck ...

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  7. BATTLE RAGING IN DESERT

    Having retaken Jedabya from British light forces, Gen. Rommel's forces (estimated at about half his full strength) ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  8. NATION ON WAR FOOTING

    Mobilisation of the Australian armed forces to place them immediately on a full war footing was ordered at the ...

    Article : 344 words
  9. BRITISH AID FOR AUSTRALIA

    Mr. Churchill, in a cabled interim reply to Australia's demands for immediate and increased aid in the Pacific, ...

    Article : 164 words
  10. BRITISH HOLDING IN MALAYA

    British, Australian, and Indian troops in Malaya have maintained their positions throughout the day in the face of heavy pressure by Japanese ground troops, supported by continuous fighter and bomber attacks, ...

    Article : 513 words
  11. "IMPERIAL WAR CABINET NOW LIKELY"

    "It is probable that Mr. Churchill will invite Australia, NZ, South Africa, and Canada to enter an Imperial War ...

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  13. TOMAHAWKS WIPE OUT JAP. RAIDERS

    British and American fighter pilots yesterday wiped out a formation of 7 big Japanese bombers in a wild dogfight ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  14. MR. CASEY DELIVERS MESSAGES TO PRESIDENT

    Mr. Casey obtained an appointment with President Roosevelt today and placed before him messages from the ...

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  15. OFFICERS BLAMED FOR LOSSES

    The blame for American losses at Pearl Harbour in the Japanese attack on December 7 has been placed on the ...

    Article : 153 words
  16. COMPROMISE PLAN FOR PAN-AMERICA

    Pan—American nations at their conference have agreed to a modified resolution on the question of breaking off ...

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  17. OTTORI? OTTORI? WHAT DOES IT MEAN?

    Ottori—that is the name that the Japanese have bestowed upon Wake Island, which they occupied in the early days of ...

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  18. MORE AIR SUPPORT GIVEN TO A I F Mr. Forde's Advice

    Although confused fighting was still in progress in Malaya, Mr. Forde, Acting Prime Minister, said last night, he had ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  19. U S DESTROYERS ATTACK JAP. CONVOY

    U-S destroyers made a successful attack on a Japanese convoy in the Strait of Macassar, between Borneo and ...

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  20. CHINESE BOMB JAP. AERODROME

    Chinese planes on Thursday bombed a Japanese aerodrome and barracks at Hanoi (Indo-China), destroying grounded planes. ...

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  21. A FRANK TALK ON THE WAR

    has been exchanged between the London correspondent of "The Argus," E. W. MacAlpine, and Morley Richards, military ...

    Article : 74 words
  22. R N SHIP SINKS JAP. SUBMARINE

    A British Admiralty communique states that information has been received that a British warship operating in ...

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  23. BRILLIANT A I F ACTION IN MUAR AREA

    A brilliant action by the AIF in which 2 Australian battalions opposed large Japanese forces for 4 days and nights in the ...

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  24. RUSSIAN PLANE DESIGNER KILLED

    One of Russia's leading aircraft designers and builders, Vladimir Petriakov, has been killed in an air crash. He was twice awarded the ...

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