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    London, June 6.—"The expected invasion appears to have begun," was the world-shaking announcement flashed from the German radio at 6.35 a.m. to-day. The German Overseas Newsagency also issued an invasion flash, breaking into a Prague message. ...

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    London, June 6.—Special British and American landing craft transported the ground forces. It was pointed out at A.E.F. headquarters ...

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    London, June 6. —It is learned from A.E.F. headquarters that the weather, which has given the staff great anxiety during the past few ...

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    London, June 6.—General Eisenhower issued the following order of the day to each individual member Of the Allied expeditionary forces ...

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    London, June 6.—Mr. Churchill was greeted with tremendous enthusiasm when he arrived at the House of Commons. ...

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    London, June 6.—The British United Press aviation correspondent says: "The greatest air fleet ever assembled for one operation, ...

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  8. Confidence in Outcome

    London, June 6.—"I personally have absolute and complete confidence in the outcome," said General Montgomery when ...

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    London, June 6.—R.A.F. rocket and bomb-carrying Typhoons, five of which are missing, to-day successfully attacked eight more ...

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  10. Airborne Divisions

    London, June 6.—The German radio says that at least four British and American airborne divisions are in action between Le ...

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  11. Paratroops Take Off

    London, June 6.—A combined British press correspondent at an advanced Allied command post says that General Eisenhower ...

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  12. A Birdseye View

    London, June 6.—Two Americans, Lieut.-Colonel C. A. Snoop and Major Norris Hartwell, formed the crew of the first aircraft ...

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  13. First Reports

    London, June 6.—It is understood that the landing was made between 6 a.m. and 8.15 a.m. after the minesweepers had cleared the ...

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    London, June 6.—The German Newsagency at 9 a?m. declared:—"Combined British and American landing operations were launched ...

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  15. Swedish Report

    Stockholm, June 6.—The Berlin correspondent of the "Aftonbladet" states that parachutists landed at 12 different points between ...

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    London, June 6.—R.A.F., Australian and Polish Mosquitoes of the R.A.P. second tactical air force, and Dutch Mitchells all last night ...

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  17. U.S. Torpedo-boats

    London, June 6.—United States power torpedo-boats from the Pacific were brought to Britain secretly several weeks ago and formed ...

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  18. Huge Marshalling Area

    London, June 6.—It has been revealed that one marshalling area in England from which the troops were sent to the embarkation ...

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  19. The Invasion Army

    London, June 6.—The Berlin radio says that a military spokesman stated that it is expected that the focal point of the battle will ...

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  20. Broadcast to France

    London, June 6.—The B.B.C. in a broadcast to France warned the population that a new phase of the ail' offensive had begun and ...

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  21. No Fighter Opposition

    London, June 6.—"No opposition from enemy fighters anywhere over the Channel or the beachhead was reported by the first 10 waves ...

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  22. Allied Announcement

    London, June 6.—The supreme headquarters of the Allied Expeditionary Force issued its first communique, stating: "Under the ...

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  23. Beachheads in France

    London, June 6.—Correspondents at the Allied Expeditionary Forces headquarters say that according to the latest information included in ...

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  24. Berlin Communique

    London, June 6.—A Berlin communique states:—"The enemy's long-prepared and expected attack on Western Europe began last ...

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  25. Hitler in Command

    London, June 6.—"Hitler is taking personal command of all the anti-invasion operations, according to the news reaching London from ...

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  26. The Allied Armada

    London, June 6.—A five-column photograph, taken from the air and published in the "Star," shows part of the huge armada of ...

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  27. The First Stage

    London, June 6.—The German Newsagency says: "The British and American attack on the Seine estuary and Normandy is an ...

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  28. Coastal Batteries Bombed

    London, June 6.—The 1300 bomber command planes which carried out the attacks last night dropped more than 5000 tons of ...

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  29. German Description

    London, June 6.—The German Newsagency, giving the first detailed account of the Allied landings, says: "The enemy began ...

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  30. Prayer for Victory

    Washington, June 6.—Mr. Stephen Early, secretary to President Roosevelt, announced to-day that Mr. Roosevelt spent the ...

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  31. Guernsey and Jersey

    London, June 6.—The German Newsagency states that Allied parachutists and troops landed on Guernsey and Jersey Islands. ...

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  32. Interest in Russia

    London, June 6.—The news of the second front was released in Moscow at noon, says the Columbia Broadcasting Corporation's ...

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  33. Allied Progress

    Stockholm, June 6.—The German-controlled Scandinavian Telegraph Bureau stated that the Allies have penetrated about three ...

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    London, June 6.—It is announced that General Montgomery is in command of the army group carrying out the assault. The group ...

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