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" Many of my colleagues and I myself served in the last war," he said. "We understand very well how serving men

" Many of my colleagues and I myself served in the last war," he said. "We understand very well how serving men

feel." In his statement, the first of a series which the Govern- ment will make from time t formed of the way things are ,o time to keep everyone ingoing, Mr. Attlee— Claimed that the rate of demobilisation is being doubled to 45,000 a week for the rest of the year (making 765,0
September 4, 1945 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SMUGGLING RUN BY RACKETEERS

SMUGGLING RUN BY RACKETEERS

RACKETEERS are financing _members of the crews of tath liners, and telling them articles to smuggle into was disclosed by a officer at Southampton 4 erda c . , when Jack Richards, I , 4l fi reman on the Queen Mary, four months' imprison- O for defrauding the 'toms. was stated th
September 4, 1945 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
WILL Mothers Help? Facts Wanted About Your Children's Feet

WILL Mothers Help? Facts Wanted About Your Children's Feet

Mothers interested in the proper fitting of children's shoes are invited to co-operate with Clarks by supplementing the extensive research data already recorded. Will you please answer the questions set out ? We regret we can offer you nothing in return except our grateful thank
September 4, 1945 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Water; Water

Water; Water

Water ; Water From "D IS MA L D.E.M.5.," London: Longest known period for anyone to stay at sea ? Any advance on seven months without touching land? Sorry, we're sunk.
September 4, 1945 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Mirror Sports Service

Mirror Sports Service

LES. SMITH LEAVES BRENTFORD FOR VILLA ENGLAND -CAPPED Leslie Smith packed his bag and left Brentford last night after tearful farewell. Two hours' talking twist managers and about £7,000 transplanted left-wing Leslie to Aston Villa. Blackpool, Middlesbrough and other queue-mates
October 26, 1945 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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December 3, 1945 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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engines was on fire, for there was a red glow in the inner port engine." A huge flash of orange and red flames lit up the countryside. It was hoped that the Hermes would soon be turned out in sufficient quantities to supplement and replace the various bomber conversions which ar
December 3, 1945 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
" Daily Mirror " Reporter A man acting Hamlet, a girl haranguing a dozen men and women on equal pay

" Daily Mirror " Reporter A man acting Hamlet, a girl haranguing a dozen men and women on equal pay

for equal work: that is the latest method psycholofists are using to get neurotic patients to cure themselves. It was first tried out to solve the shortage of trained psychologists, and the doctors found the patients were ELVES were curing themselves. They were getting rid of th
December 3, 1945 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
British soldier Fascist dupe

British soldier Fascist dupe

MAN accused of treachery tl and desertion at a Chelsea (London) court martial yesterday was said by his defending officer to have joined the British. Army in 1936 on -the instructions of the British Union of Fascists. Later he realised he had been a dupe. He is London-born Priva
September 18, 1945 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Coroner and his jury disagree

Coroner and his jury disagree

JURY who returned a "Death by misadventure" verdict on a man who died after a fight in a billiards hall were told by the coroner yesterday that he disagreed with their verdict.
September 18, 1945 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England