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“No" to Proposals

“No" to Proposals

■* He never married, but or\ me and his other sisters he lavished his affection, sympathy and understanding. Naturally, like most girls, I had proposals of marriage from young men. But I never accepted them— Stan’s memory made me make comparisons « Until the start of the war Mis
September 8, 1941 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
FIXED PRICE FOR CLOTHES SOON

FIXED PRICE FOR CLOTHES SOON

The Board of Trade are working on a detailed system of clothing price control, the Chancellor of the Exchequer revealed in speech at Edinburgh. For some time past, he said, the Government had been giving what were in effect substantial subsidies to hold down the cost of living.
September 8, 1941 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
200 WAR PRISONERS

200 WAR PRISONERS

f are of w&r. The relit merit, tiicil lasted Member for Preston (Mr. Han- 1 to War Office eighteen months, took the form dolph Churchill* on the staff , insane, and h» men,aJ condi- today reducing the calories in the w«. nifvui Cairo!"’ P names; * l£ood 1 B-rU^-1-..U—.W.s.Ninui
September 8, 1941 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
HE LEFT FOR HIS RAFTS CREW

HE LEFT FOR HIS RAFTS CREW

rpHE last raft was full. Seven men were all she could -I take, and the eighth man turned away as the raft pushed off from the stern. The eighth man—the last man—on a ship in convoy, fast sinking in the Atlantic from a torpedo And as the waters rose about him he dived and swam Th
September 15, 1941 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
iailgSirror “HELP OURSELVES”

iailgSirror “HELP OURSELVES”

“HELP OURSELVES” WE suggest, after three months of the struggle in Russia, that it might be a good thing if we stopped talking about helping Russia,” and used instead a more accurate phrase helping ourselves in Russia. For, as Maxim Litvinov pointed out yesterday in a cable to Re
September 15, 1941 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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THEY BELIEVE WHAT THEY SAY

THEY BELIEVE WHAT THEY SAY

RUSSIAN propaganda within Germany continues to be infinitely more poignant than ours in its appeal to the uneasy feelings of the German people. Why is this ? Simply because the Russian broadcasters really believe what they tell the German masses. Ours appear to believe merely th
September 15, 1941 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
NEW WORLDS BY OLD MEN

NEW WORLDS BY OLD MEN

I F Europe Is to be plunged Into war, every twenty years or so, by Germany, or any other Moloch-worshlpplng nation, what will become of the ageing policies of the ever older political Parties that are now planning for the future ? Where are—where will be—the policies and plans o
September 15, 1941 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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September 15, 1941 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR

THE DAILY MIRROR

September 15, 1941 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Someone must keep the railways—

Someone must keep the railways—

And wom « are on the job as porters and carriage cleaners, a workshops and signal - boxes, 30,000 of them are as ELISABETH ROWLEY says covering themselves with grease and glory.
September 15, 1941 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England