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BARDIA GUNS MORE ACTIVE

BARDIA GUNS MORE ACTIVE

TALI AN guns in the besieged ' Libyan port of Bardia have en in action a little more Vigorously, but British operations '■ ive not been interrupted. The following official communique is issued by British G.H.Q,, Cairo sterday, says British United Press Enemy artillery in Bardia
December 31, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
MOTHER, SON KEEP VOW

MOTHER, SON KEEP VOW

HEN an eighteen-year-old ' lad joined the RAF. about year ago his forty-year-old mother became a land girl, and they both took a vow to make a success of their new ventures. They have kept their pledges. The son is now pilot officer, and his mother has made the farm on which she
December 31, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Table Tate

Table Tate

NEWLY ' taken the and filled ;* her various w to down to the until 'here was head. f-r» through through nex sli <■(
December 31, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
FOR TROOPS

FOR TROOPS

Mrs. K. LAKE, OglHhorpe-rd., Wood lane, Heathway. Essex, writes: I have lot books which I'd likf the soldiers, but canny id them through the post Tord to
December 31, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THANKS A LOT

THANKS A LOT

THANKS LOT Thanks this morning to the tens thousands of people who stayed at home during the holidays despite their desire to travel see relatives and friends. Their self-sacrifice had its reward the ease with which the railway workers were able :»f us v Spirit into everyday thin
December 31, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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Page 6 ADVERTISERS' AVyOV^y^' tfElVTS “NOW I CAN TAKE IT" STORIES London Lullaby aughtsman in hush I AM husl worked

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late and got back digs to tind a time-bomb near. I wasn't allowed in. Dead tired, I dragged myself to my cousin Jack's. When 1 got there. Jack’s family were all in their cellar shelter. His wife Mary kept making tea. And the children were restless. 1 slept through most of it, bu
December 31, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
F THE SKY VANDALS WE COULDN’T STAN

F THE SKY VANDALS WE COULDN’T STAN

This story—of eiyht carried a friend fn burning roof—is strangest dramas blitz on London. uen who beneath of the he fire A SPECIAL CORRI ■tl/E had had oru supper beer whf lord bustled in, a li than usual, and said, bomb on the roof.” Behind a policeman. from his last Job, we nai
December 31, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE IN AXIOM’S WAR SAVINGS CAMPAIGN

THE IN AXIOM’S WAR SAVINGS CAMPAIGN

The Chancellor the Exchequer
December 31, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Tuesday, December 31, .1 carry a few cigarettes as a sort isurance, just in case ! try the .wkward nfl

Tuesday, December 31, .1 carry a few cigarettes as a sort isurance, just in case ! try the .wkward nfl

after all, people so often do uinely want genuine lights for nine cigarettes, that nobody can <il>ly catch you out. - you ever get stuck in conversa?" If you can't find a subject that csts the other party, second best find a subject that interests you; 1 talk well on it. >ur cur
December 31, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
G-Men Draw and Shoot in One Second One second is the time It takes G-man to draw and fire his

G-Men Draw and Shoot in One Second One second is the time It takes G-man to draw and fire his

revolver. This has Deen shown by •« device invented by two agents >f the S.A. Federal Bureau Investigation, which records the time taken for a G-man to reach tor his gun and bit a certain target. When using the device the G-man holds down contact, which prevents the hands of the
December 31, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England