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Friday, February .6, 1948

Friday, February .6, 1948

February 6, 1948 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
(The Shape of the Crash: pates 4 and 5; Editorial Continent

(The Shape of the Crash: pates 4 and 5; Editorial Continent

BRITISH ENVOY WALKS OUT ICI PROTEST AT SOVIET "INSULT" THE Russian High Commissioner, General Kurasut made a violent attack on the " imperialist Powert " at a ceremony in Vienna yesterday—and in the middli of his speech Britain's charge d'Affaires walked out protest. _ _ . The g
February 23, 1948 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THEY GIVE A

THEY GIVE A

LEAD TO BEAT "THE CRISIS" TO show its 228,1100 people how each can help to beat " The Crisis " Lambeth (London) will open a National Recovery week and exhibition on Saturday. "It 'was to have been a savings week," the Mayor, Councillor J. W. Simpson, told the " Daily Mirror," "
February 23, 1948 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
The man. Thomas Patrick i time . when

The man. Thomas Patrick i time . when

The man. Thomas Patrick time when Stafford. 37, wn) is awaiting a divorce. was not seriously injured. Mks Murray had invited him to the party, and all afternoon they had sung hgmns and played the piano with the other girls and their friends. They stayed behind at tea others paire
February 23, 1948 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
injured

injured

Irish girt, at the factory where they worked. " They fell in love at once, and planned to marry sodn. "Mast. evenings Stafford visited her at the hostel where she I:ved." Stafford was demobbed a year ago.
February 23, 1948 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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NEHRU SAYS ' WAIT'

NEHRU SAYS ' WAIT'

Pandit Nehru, India' Premier. yesterday ask Qongress to postpone f five years propoSals natiorfahse industries.
February 23, 1948 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
FACE THE

FACE THE

EVERYBODY has now heard b " Hardly anybody understands wha, Is happening, and how we, the people of Britain ian defeat it. That is why the "Daily Mirror," starting today, is devoting the whole of Flages 4 and 5 to!sptting out the problem in simple terms so , that every nail .and
February 23, 1948 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
NO Ca STAR

NO Ca STAR

NO STAR Page 2 THE DAILY MIRROR FORM, 11T11 TIE PEOPLE o,4ll,lleatmasia.. And at B 3 . riars 2313. z&A LTHOUI3II Om Viewpoint writer who " One of Thousands" does not think rent tribunals are satisfactory, 11,131 people awned to them in and in about MN the tisalt with the rests we
February 23, 1948 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
NO WAY ROUND

NO WAY ROUND

FORWARD with the People. The road we must travel as a nation lies straight ahead. It may prove long. It may, in places, prove very - difficult. But there is no escaping the journey. If we are to reach our destination, which is national solvency, a full employment, and a decent s
February 23, 1948 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SALUTE

SALUTE

IINDING something to do when In hospital while flat on your back or confined to a ward is not easy. A couple of fellows at Newstead Sanatorium, near Nottingham, have solved that one. They edit a hospital magazine. It is called " The Needle "—rather grimly—after an instrument use
February 23, 1948 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England