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MILK CHOCOUTt ‘feeds you on your feet

MILK CHOCOUTt ‘feeds you on your feet

June 15, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Pace 6

Pace 6

September 9, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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Throughout Guards took up ba

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September 9, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
“BOOBS" TO LEAD WOMEN

“BOOBS" TO LEAD WOMEN

■yvrOMEN’S war services do not ’' seem to want people who have any knowledge of leadership. but choose the boobs every time. Miss Barclay, of Aberdeen, said this at a meeting at St. Andrews, Scotland. of the governors of the National Federation of Business and Professional Women
September 9, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
GREAT HEALING OFFER

GREAT HEALING OFFER

arron to V »ey will refuruleJ in fi o Contaln[n^Ge meMedicat; Printed and Published THE DAILY MIRROU NEWSPAPERS. LTD., at Geraldine House, Rolls Bldgs,, Fetler-laue. London. EGA. —Monday. September 9, 1940 Tel Holborn 43111 You can prove the amazing healing power of Germoiene wi
September 9, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
QUIET CORNER In Between the Sirens In between the sirens—Get all the rest you can. Don’t let Goering's gangsters put

QUIET CORNER In Between the Sirens In between the sirens—Get all the rest you can. Don’t let Goering's gangsters put

paid to every plan. ... In between the warnings—get out into the air. Forget about your troubles, your worries and your care. In between the sirens—the workers carry on—going back duty, when once the All clear's gone. ... In between the fireworks they, toil by tuqht and day —To
September 9, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
pHE battle for London was on again last night, when 1 Hitler once more launched his bombers at the city.

pHE battle for London was on again last night, when 1 Hitler once more launched his bombers at the city.

Bombs crashed in the London area. All day long London had been coolly “patching up” the damaged spots left after the heavy and prolonged attacks made on Saturday —the first day of the battle. Immediately after last night’s warning—it was London’s second of "the day —a fierce ant
September 9, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
COULDN’T FIT -SAVED PLANE

COULDN’T FIT -SAVED PLANE

VLTHOUGH his flying experience was practically nil, twenty - two-year-old navigator took the place of his dead pilot and flew a bomber 250 miles back to the base. He said he found it easy until the time came to land, when, in his own words, began to sweat.” But that didn’t preve
September 9, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
A.A.’s 3 in Minute

A.A.’s 3 in Minute

The London area’s first warning sounded as formations of raiders attempted a daylight attack. As one big formation emerged from clouds over a south-east area, three Dorniers were blown to pieces within minute A.A. fire. The brilliant marksman was a gunner aged twenty-two. When t
September 9, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
LONDON TAII

LONDON TAII

London s Fires Manjr werc *■ UWIIMWM I II ww the of Port Authority, and a large fire was caused in the docks sooth of the river. Elsewhere some warehouses were damaged and several barges were set on fire. The attacks in other parts of London were not comparable in magnitude, but
September 9, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England