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Band and Dances in Factory * JAZZ band plays nightly for dancing from midnight to 1 a.m. Midlands war factory. The idea is to be taken up in another factory, where already they have two mid-day concerts week. The nightly dance in the one factory was revealed at Coventry Chamber
March 19, 1941 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ITALIANS LOSE 50,000 IN 7-DAY BATTLE

ITALIANS LOSE 50,000 IN 7-DAY BATTLE

thousand Italian troops, out of an army of 120,000 are believed to have been put out of action by the Greeks during the offensive launched at Mussolini’s orders seven days ago. Among thosa lost were several of the Duce's lest collaborators, in- rluding six numbers of Ihe Fascist
March 17, 1941 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
FIRE THREAT TO HOMES

FIRE THREAT TO HOMES

Practically all Nottingham's fire fighting services and equipment were called out to deal with an outbreak at a sewing cotton factory in Crocusstreet. on Saturday night. Many trailer pumps manned by the A.P.S. worked with squads of the regular brigade in combating the fire, one
March 17, 1941 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SACRIFICE SAVED 18

SACRIFICE SAVED 18

rpo rescue eighteen torpedoed *- Greek seamen, near to death after five days of exposure in a small boat 4n bitter weather trawler skipper Bob Wright, of Fleetwood, sacrificed his catch of fish. Though the water was teemini with fish and he knew he would losi hundreds of pounds.
March 17, 1941 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BABY KILLED IN CRASH

BABY KILLED IN CRASH

A four-and-a-half-month-old chil was killed and its parents serious) injured when a car in which tin were driving to London was cc iision with milk lorry on the Bat road, at Littlewick near Maidenheai yesterday. »V * . The parents. Mr. and Mrs. Shnaii man. of Victoria Park. Sout
March 17, 1941 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
RON CARS WITHOOT PETRO

RON CARS WITHOOT PETRO

Authorities in Manch ine to economise by doing ft 'dht petrol altogether for motor traffic. Cars burning brown coal fuel, tained from Manchukuan mines, a now being -ut into service.—Reuter
March 17, 1941 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
M HERB HONOURED

M HERB HONOURED

HERB HONOURED lc L w ? tch cribed for bv relat#*rH«.,anr fiends was presented ves- Hams n<sM rs L Cl Jlmmv fr.f s 9®. , Royal Navy, in recogba.Ue Na rvfk delUy ,0 dutV at the h r' J tion was m ade at a d tS church Parade at St. Grepn f s^ , enan Church Goose To?, East Dulwich Nir
March 17, 1941 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
RAF. BOMBS TWO DROMES

RAF. BOMBS TWO DROMES

A.F. nombers destroyed planes on the ground and damaged others in a raid on the Italian aerodromes at Berat and Valona on Saturday, the R.A.F. announced in Athens yesterday. , A petrol dump was also set on tire at Berat. The blaze was visible for fifty miles Direct hits on the r
March 17, 1941 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Pilots Safe

Pilots Safe

It is now confirmed that in Tuesday’s air battle seven enemy aircraft were definitely destroyed, against five previously announced, and that on Thursday the enemy losses were fifteen instead of fourteen. Two pilots who were reported shot down on Friday have now reported back the
March 17, 1941 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
FREE SPEECH AS SPUR

FREE SPEECH AS SPUR

Free speech a. d free criticism, said the Joint Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry of Home Security, at Huddersfield on Saturday, a.c the spur There are people here who some times appear impatient of free speech I Let us in this democratic community Roosevelt apologised, j
March 17, 1941 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England