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It Is lo be a permanent peace time Mmistr •' The Gov

It Is lo be a permanent peace time Mmistr •' The Gov

It Is lo a permanent peace time Mmistr •' The Gov said Si: iilitv fo Ben. ' accept responsib ensuring that adequate sup of food necessary to available to all members •• intend see that enough food for everybody is put the market—at prices all can afford." Another Government dav I
November 8, 1945 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
USELESS EUSTACE 9*i.L Sins* C MMkfi

USELESS EUSTACE 9*i.L Sins* C MMkfi

November 8, 1945 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
• All they've been doing is reading books on Canada," their mother. Lady Margaret Alexander, told the Daily Minor last

• All they've been doing is reading books on Canada," their mother. Lady Margaret Alexander, told the Daily Minor last

nigh:, "and firing horn all sides." ;t is excited her she nor the ins been to questions at L.idv Marga a field-marshal Canada befoi Field - Marshal Alexander, a major twenty-five, lieutenantla ler, served in last war. And it was hack into India that lie led the gallant little ar
August 1, 1945 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Engaged, at party

Engaged, at party

“Daily Mirror" Reporter IT was the happiest moment of her life for twenty-yearold Iris Skeales Sixty guests had crowded Into her home at C’obhamtrrrace. Greenhithe, Kent, celebrate her engagement to Private Bert Wilson, of the Buffs, just back from Italy. Tea was ready and the g
August 1, 1945 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Wedding ‘hush-hush’ was ‘all a mistake’

Wedding ‘hush-hush’ was ‘all a mistake’

tfordshlre police ired up the mvsish-hush wedding 's grandson. responsible for l the wedding of nch Georg Wll- of Pnissia. and Katharine Rachel oungest daughter Ivcagh. 'dav the Chief >■ Hertfordshire. ?. gave the ex»as all mis- Little Hadham, the Rev Dinsdale Young. He kept the
August 1, 1945 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
strikes, threats of STALIN TO

strikes, threats of STALIN TO

strikes, threats STALIN TO FAR-REACHING mover to wipe out the last traces of Fascism in Germany was announced yesterday by Marshal Zhukov, chief of the Soviet Military Administration In Germany. He ordered the creation of anti - Fascist youth committees” in large and; medium>9ize
August 1, 1945 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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August 1, 1945 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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u Fs Tho iu>dal our« nfh« i div ir-EVER HOLIDAY r Home-maker icer JAM FEARED month y OME British sold ers took y this month WOHIBII YOtOFS larnng ,V ® There much «> ’■'omen •on (alunV | Social act- cul staff would short, rival’s behalf the General Schuler. Private Arthur State*
August 1, 1945 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England