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BRITISH GAIN MAAS 1 > ATTLING in a heavy snowstorm and a temperature 18 degrees below freezing point, British infantry

BRITISH GAIN MAAS 1 > ATTLING in a heavy snowstorm and a temperature 18 degrees below freezing point, British infantry

have wiped out the German hndgehead across the Maas River at Wanssum, twelve miles north of Venlo, Holland. Hus ha.s eliminated the German threat to drive v. between the British and Canadian forces holding the northern wing of the Western Front in i of creeping advances ■ ,m< en
January 9, 1945 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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i board a raf

board raf When dawn came The German sailors took cine earnera shots of the shipwrecked crew before moving
January 9, 1945 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SHOP-FRONT VANDALS

SHOP-FRONT VANDALS

lU.N is at last being drawn to of vandalism which is spoiling many most beautiful towns. Kor years past shop fronts have been shoved into love buildings with results, from the aesthetu of view, whicli are disastrous. thrreason why the multiple shop firms, because they are rich a
January 9, 1945 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
MH i KT/SHKS ANNCH NC I- Mf- N TS

MH i KT/SHKS ANNCH NC I- Mf- N TS

KT/SHKS I- Mf- N The time... g It’s nearly time t\>r lunch. The place. .. At The Liurcls th excitement lx-cause The loved ones have arrived
January 9, 1945 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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BEAUiy IN re BALANCE

BEAUiy IN re BALANCE

IN re BALANCE |' , HE fate of some of Britain's, pressing for the return of ■*- rural areas and beauty Studland and Tyneham. Dorspots taken over the Army I setshire beauty spots, to the lor battle training will prob- owners and tenants after the ably not decided until after war.
January 9, 1945 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
He is A iresentiru the US No toes to sell

He is A iresentiru the US No toes to sell

is iresentiru the US No toes to sell with brigl .o look charged v. ) wear better.: Lord Movrr mpt to popu- tomorrow •d the two m the murder o open In Ca ♦ ♦ ♦ Australia's \cting Frrmier. local bank de-t 'lr K. Forde. said yesterday d the Westbury (Wilts) that although 4 was a rec
January 9, 1945 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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♦ ♦ ♦ (ierniany inarjnbs are in the I ngtish < hannel again, and elaims SK.fttll) liini of shipping sunk >ne man sulnnannes ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦
January 9, 1945 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
IKE AT A FUNERAL General Eisenhower and his chief of staff. General Bedell Smith, attended the funeral in France yesterday

IKE AT A FUNERAL General Eisenhower and his chief of staff. General Bedell Smith, attended the funeral in France yesterday

of Sir Bertram Ramsay. Allied Naval C.-in-C„ who was killed in a plane crash last week. I’te George E. Smith, jnr„ of Pittsburg, U.S.A., oourtmartialled in -N or f Ik. tharged with the murder of Sir trie Teichman.
January 9, 1945 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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January 9, 1945 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England