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  2. NAZIS ADMIT SOVIET GAINS AT STALINGRAD

    German sources admit that Russians defending parts of Stalingrad have achieved some success in the last few days, but claim that this is merely of local importance and is incapable of influencing the fate of the city. ...

    Article : 991 words
  3. GERMAN TANK DISABLED IN DESERT CLASH

    A casualty in Rommel's last bid to break the Egyptian defence line. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 18 words
  4. BREACH WIDENED IN AXIS DESERT LINE

    The British United Press correspondent reports that the Allies have widened the breach in the German lines, and the New Zealanders have advanced. A German counter-attack was repulsed. Australian ...

    Article : 2,540 words
  5. THIRD RAID ON RABAUL BRINGS JAP LOSSES TO 80,000 TONS

    In a further heavy attack on Rabaul, Allied heavy bombers sank a gunboat and left three merchantships listing while barges were destroyed with loud explosions. As a result of the last three night raids, 80,000 tons ...

    Article : 807 words
  6. No Damage In Japanese Raids On Darwin

    The series of Jap. raids on the Darwin area on Friday night were on a larger scale than any of the previous night, about 12 planes taking part, and ...

    Article : 462 words
  7. SECOND FRONT DEMAND

    One of the biggest demonstrations ever held in Trafalgar Square took place to-day. It demanded the opening, of a second front. It is estimated ...

    Article : 78 words
  8. HEAVY CASUALTIES IN GENOA RAID

    Vichy newsagency states that 350 Were killed when an a[?]r raid shelter collapsed during an R.A.F. attack on Genoa. ...

    Article : 55 words
  9. BOMBS EXPLODE AT BOMBAY

    BOMBAY, Monday.—Five constables and three others were injured when a bomb, which was thrown at a police post, exploded. Three other explosions ...

    Article : 40 words
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