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Wave of Sympathy

Wave of Sympathy

Millions of Americans are expressine horror and disgust at the murderous Nazi attacks, and a wave of sympathy for Britain is sweeping the country.
September 9, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
GREY HAIR

GREY HAIR

PUTS YEARS ON YOUrestore its natural colour this easy way Whv be aged by greying hair ? Look young ami fresh again by restoring the full natural colour to your hair with this simple, safe and ineapensive treatment. Make up the following mixture. To a bare half pint of water add
September 9, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Help him a&M/ M In the Great War Grasshopper Ointment was a wonderful boon to the troops for sore feet

Help him a&M/ M In the Great War Grasshopper Ointment was a wonderful boon to the troops for sore feet

and all kinds of wounds. After marching or standing about for long periods the feel in many cases become sore and to blistf and are likelv Grasshopper Ointment positive relief and is unequalled for SORE and TIRED FEET. BAD LEGS. ULCERS. BOILS, etc. No gift coulo be more valuable
September 9, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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September 9, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THEY FIIIFILIfB SHEILA'S WISH

THEY FIIIFILIfB SHEILA'S WISH

A YOUNG Army corporal has fulfilled the wish of his little sister who was machine-gunned by a raider. He put one of his mother's rings on his sweetheart's engagement finger —the pledge which nineyear-old Sheila Esther White had said would make them all so happy. But she lay dead
September 9, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
RIFLE FELL: H.G. DEAD, 2 HURT

RIFLE FELL: H.G. DEAD, 2 HURT

<\NE Home Guard was killed and ' two others were injured at Camborne, Cornwall, yesterday, the accidental discharge of a rifle which went off when it fell from a hedge. The man killed was Henry Collins, of Tro’' ' - - and the •d Orchard and rail'd one of Orchard's g the shin bon
September 9, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
MILLION LETTERS HANDLED

MILLION LETTERS HANDLED

A million letters had been dealt with up to Saturday by the Geneva central office for prisoners war.
September 9, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
WORSE RAIDS; NAZI THREAT

WORSE RAIDS; NAZI THREAT

fITHREATS of more Intense air raids were nrde in Berlin yesterday by the German Official News Agency, which stated that German Air Force units in Norway, Denmark, North - Western Germany, Holland, Belgium and France stand prepared for additional blows against Britain. This is th
September 9, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Monday, September 9, 19*f0 BERLIN: 3 HOUR RAID

Monday, September 9, 19*f0 BERLIN: 3 HOUR RAID

Monday, September 9, BERLIN: 3 HOUR RAID three hours objectives In Berlin were bombed by the R A F. on Saturday. Afterwards sightseers lined the streets, gazing silently at the clearest signs of a city at war that Berlin has presented for generations. Long after the All clear had
September 9, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
18, HE BEAT 2 FIRE BOMBS

18, HE BEAT 2 FIRE BOMBS

Single-handed, an eighteen-year-old solicitor’s clerk, Basil Bull, put out two fires started by incendiary bombs in an East London district and saved a factory and a shop. Standing in the doorway of his home Basil saw a bomb drop in front the shop, and another pierced the roof o
September 9, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England