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MUSSO SACKS HIS NAVAL CHIEF

MUSSO SACKS HIS NAVAL CHIEF

PULV iVIIKKOR, Monday, Dec. 9, /OEC\ y (i-ivil «t tho G.1’.0. a Newspaper Italian Admiral C a g narisacked. \jUSSOLINI yesterday sacked yet another of his war leaders —this time his naval chief, Admiral Dome* nico Cavagnari. Cavagnari is the man who planned Italy’s high-speed .N
December 9, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
MR CRASH KILLS TWO ITALIAN GENERALS alian ge when

MR CRASH KILLS TWO ITALIAN GENERALS alian ge when

CRASH KILLS TWO ITALIAN GENERALS alian ge when nerals were killed a military plant of the Italian Ar mission which has beer Acqui, In the pro' as stated Rome la are General Pietro Pintro and al of the Air Force Albo Pelle-
December 9, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Ideas Clash in Cabinet

Ideas Clash in Cabinet

BY OUR POLITICAL CORRESPONDENT A SERIOUS division of opinion has developed In the War Cabinet. Ministers ot all parties are agreed that the supreme need of the hour is the speeding-up industrial output. But sharp dissension has developed on how this is to be done. Tory Ministers
December 9, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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December 9, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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December 9, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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FURNACES

FURNACES

For more than an hour a powerful force of RAF bombers hurled destruction the Get man blastfurnaces and steelworks Dusseldorf. their incendiary bombs causing enormous fires and their hlghexploslves blasting the buildings to pieces. In all. nearly 4,000 fire bombs and number of he
December 9, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
icrt from to inter-1e there, dispatch of her in her ,s denied in that all her front, is

icrt from to inter-1e there, dispatch of her in her ,s denied in that all her front, is

December 9, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THEY SHOULD KNOW

THEY SHOULD KNOW

Dominions, uicliti Britain's Allies, v ference to proclaim Associated Press. eat Britain, the ting India and ould hold con- Bntain’s war aim'
December 9, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
iai'(rets included Antwerp. Dunkirk. Four of our aircraft arc missing

iai'(rets included Antwerp. Dunkirk. Four of our aircraft arc missing

The docks Bres severe battering- Fires started around 'he and soon the whole art tered by two oblongs of 1 Enemy shipping off the Southerr Albarian coast was attacked pv ti f. bomber aircraft yesterday, ; p a direct hit was registered o: " of one ship A Cairo version of direct h
December 9, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
NATION'S LMINOIS TO CLOTHT RAID VICTIMS

NATION'S LMINOIS TO CLOTHT RAID VICTIMS

NATION'S TO CLOTHT RAID VICTIMS RITAIN'S laundries are to become a great net• * work of depots for the collection, cleaning and storage of clothinL for air-raid victims and refugees. Laundry proprietors and their staffs will the work voluntarily. A ready-made organisation exists
December 9, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England