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December 1, 1941 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ONE PENNY

ONE PENNY

.tered at the G.P.O. as a Newspaper Roosevelt dash as Jap ships threaten FACE to face with the immediate and definite threat war with Japan, President Roosevelt was speeding back to Washington last night for a conference with his military and naval chiefs after abruptly ending h
December 1, 1941 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SOVIET KEEP ON THE RUN

SOVIET KEEP ON THE RUN

'T’HE Germans retreating from Rostov are falling right back to Mariupol, 100 miles away along the coast of the Gulf of Taganrog. This midnight claim was made by Moscow radio which says the Germans have already reached Taganrog, forty miles from Rostov, and are continuing the ret
December 1, 1941 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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December 1, 1941 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR

THE DAILY MIRROR

Monday, December 1, 1941 All the “goons” ore treated m alike in an R.AJ. school what are his reactions to re- “Rnnn«" hpinP the men who blue-eyed, unruly- strong, fearless young turning school when m his UOOns DC'ng uic men . red pupll _.. fer _ tremble and lh(i J men twenties”
December 1, 1941 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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December 1, 1941 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Monday, December 1. 1941

Monday, December 1. 1941

December 1, 1941 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ies in home affairs, which ought ave been settled long ago, conry out for firm decisions. None is )ortant than

ies in home affairs, which ought ave been settled long ago, conry out for firm decisions. None is )ortant than

the problem of Wage demands must be met where the (S t living presses hardly on the orders, yet there will have to be some ; nit a piecemeal system which, if unlecked, will carry us swiftly into the rflation it wage situation is full of anomalies. On the one hand we find the ski
December 1, 1941 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
OLD ENGLAND

OLD ENGLAND

fIIHE Minister of Information seeks to * comfort those gentle melancholics who about crying that pre-war England is dead. He promises its return which, in many ways, is a pleasing prospect. But was there nothing bad in that England ? Let us have our old England back by all means
December 1, 1941 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
I ASSURE YOU A FEW WORDS TO PEOPLE WHO HAVE STOMACH

I ASSURE YOU A FEW WORDS TO PEOPLE WHO HAVE STOMACH

Curacao Dutch oil the German raid o destroy the refi QUIET CORNER ★ Bedtime The clock has struck tl ted that By Patience Strong . 1 US. will guard ■'l'U/f'.' American Government will announce soon that it Hus extended its sphere of armed influence to the Dutch West Indies Island
December 1, 1941 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England