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These are some of the men who left a South of England port yesterday, with a new British Army for

These are some of the men who left a South of England port yesterday, with a new British Army for

France. With them went guns, motorised units, new equipment . . . AND THE SPIRIT YOU SEE IN THIS PICTURE: THE SPIRIT THAT HAS NEVER FAILED TO CARRY BRITISH TROOPS TO VICTORY. (Story and other pictures on pages 6 and 7.)
June 15, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
COCOA GIFT SCHEMES t WITHDRAWN

COCOA GIFT SCHEMES t WITHDRAWN

COCOA GIFT SCHEMES WITHDRAWN Last date for accepting coupons, July 27th the National interest, Cadhurys, Frys and Rowntrees announce uith regret that it is necessary for them to ithtlraic thetr Cocoa Gift Coupon Schemes. CLOSING DATE Coupons will accepted lor exchange up to Jl 2T
June 15, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Bitter Blow but—

Bitter Blow but—

“The moment that obtains our 1 fleet he would sweep upon London. 1 and from there would slowly, care- I fully and thoroughly stamp out the I liberties of our countries and reduce our working people to the level of slaves. The capture of Pans, is. of course. | a great triumph for
June 15, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
CHOCOLATE THEN IT S FOOD

CHOCOLATE THEN IT S FOOD

There'* a flati-uJ-a-haU full milk in every lb. black of CoAary't Milk Chocolate. It'* the worU't mo>t liciouk way girio| yourself quick eoerfy. 1 Page 2 Is Smokers’ “Fur” ruining your Teeth? Try this now. Run your tongue round your mouth; you notice it ... a rough woolly feelin
June 15, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
t None of your fruit yVbna " or vegetable crops - need now be ■rav wasted. Preserve them for long

t None of your fruit yVbna " or vegetable crops - need now be ■rav wasted. Preserve them for long

you Wish In those old lam jars with the Snap Vacuum Closure a cost of RgjK., only -lid. per 21b )ar. on ortg carton , up to four carton* 6«i The preservation surplus foodstufls national duty ! GO TO IT Obtainable complete with 6 spring clips. lids. 12 rubber rings gummed labels
June 15, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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FASCIST PAPER CLOSES DOWN

FASCIST PAPER CLOSES DOWN

CTION,” the weekly publication V of Sir Oswald Mosley’s Fascist organisation, failed to appear yesterday, its normal publication day. When a reporter telephoned Action’s office at the headquarters the British Union in Westminster, the girl who answered the telephone said she was
June 15, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SURPRISED BY D.S.O. AWARD

SURPRISED BY D.S.O. AWARD

T lEUTENANT-COLONEL T. Given, of the East Yorkshire Regiment, got a surprise yesterday —the D S O. from the hands of the King. He knew nothing about the award till his Commanding Officer told him it was published in the day's divisional orders. Three others who received the D.S.
June 15, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Town to Give a Plane

Town to Give a Plane

A to made in Croydon provide a plane for the R.A.F. as a Thanksgiving for the w#»rk they have done.*' the idea of Mr. Neville C May, Lismore-road, Croydon. A Croydon councillor said they hoped give a bomber and a fighter. ‘‘He hope other towns will follow,; providing two or thre
June 15, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
CASSANDRA

CASSANDRA

S fast as garden railings are be ,r* torn up for conversion itions, steel structured buildings are being erected far purposes that are not even faintly connected with the war. It’s fantastic. It’s almost unbelievable until jou go and watch it. 1 suppose only a democracy can do t
June 15, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
WEDDING SMILES

WEDDING SMILES

And the sun smiled, too, on yesterday’s bride, Hiss Mhari Qourlay, seen here with her husband, Captain George S. Brodrick, Irish Guards. Wedding was at the Guards’ Chapel, Wellington Barracks, London. Captain Brodrick is son of Viscountess Dunsford and the late Mr. O. J. Gould,
June 15, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England