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HOSPITALS ARE NOT UNSAFE

HOSPITALS ARE NOT UNSAFE

A LTHOUGH many have -t* been damaged by bombs, hospitals are not unsafe places during air raids and people do not run a special risk by entering them. This was revealed the Minister of Health yesterday. In the 400 hospitals and institutions of all kinds in Greater London, casual
May 1, 1941 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
HE “BOMBED” THE WRONG TOWN

HE “BOMBED” THE WRONG TOWN

“BOMBED” THE WRONG TOWN A local official at Watford (Herts), was given the privilege of dispersing leaflets over the town from an R.A.F. plane advertise the local war weapons week At the scheduled moment, organisers searched the sky vainly for aircraft. Meanwhile, astonished shop
May 1, 1941 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
MANNHEIM HIT HARD

MANNHEIM HIT HARD

OOME of our latest and most powerful bombs were dropped on Mannheim on Tuesday night by the R.A.F., as well as thousands of incendiaries. Large fires were started both in the town and among the docks. Mannheim occupies a key position in Germany’s economic system. Its docks are t
May 1, 1941 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
PLANES TO FIGHT NIGHT BOMBERS

PLANES TO FIGHT NIGHT BOMBERS

U.S. factories are working on sixteen new model planes, including interceptors to combat night bombing, Colonel John Jouett, president of the Aeronautical Chamber of Commerce, revealed yesterday. U.S. planes will not be excelled,” he said, although the Germans will soon use new
May 1, 1941 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ATLANTIC BATTLE PLEA

ATLANTIC BATTLE PLEA

Mr. Churchill is to be asked by Mr. Geoffrey Mander (Lib, Wolverhampton) if he will arrange for as full information as possible about the battle of the Atlantic, in view of Britain’s and America's great interest in it U,S. TROOPS FOR TRINIDAD A U.S. Army transport, with an undis
May 1, 1941 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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THE DAILY MIRROR

THE DAILY MIRROR

May 1, 1941 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR BOMBS NEVER CEASEB—LINE HELB

THE DAILY MIRROR BOMBS NEVER CEASEB—LINE HELB

/"'IAN you make any statement about the evacuation or the destruction of our heavy equipment ? the Prime Minister was asked in the House of Commons yesterday, after his statement on the Greek campaign. No.” he replied. The heavy equipment could not. of course, be removed, but th
May 1, 1941 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
WE WARN FRANCE ABOUT N. AFRICA

WE WARN FRANCE ABOUT N. AFRICA

The Government have for some lime past been fully alive to the dangers of German Infiltration into North Africa, and have tried open the eyes of the French Government to the danger." said the Foreign Secretary in the House of Commons yesterday. The numbers of the German Armistic
May 1, 1941 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ROOSEVELT BANS ARMY CORPS TO CRITIC

ROOSEVELT BANS ARMY CORPS TO CRITIC

President Roosevelt has declined to reappoint Brigadier- General Hugh Johnson the Army Reserve Corps. General Johnson, who writes a syndicated newspaper column has been a severe critic of the President.—Associated Press
May 1, 1941 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
STORE GOES INTO STABLE

STORE GOES INTO STABLE

TN an old stable, with one telephone and paper bag as a cash register,” one of London’s big department stores, Thomas Wallis and Company, is showing London how to carry on despite the blitz. Their store was wrecked in a recent raid. The statf at once moved to the stable, taking
May 1, 1941 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England