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Better Forgotten

Better Forgotten

headmaster doesn’t think we take enough interest in our ancestors. Perhaps this is because the shades of some of our ancestors are too shady. Once Enough Goebbels has pointed out to the Germans that the R.A.F. never seem to drop bombs in the same place twice when over Germany. _
July 25, 1942 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
ANSWER CRITICS

ANSWER CRITICS

Squeezing just a little more money out of the Government is a popular game among M.P.s, and they are to play again soon, writes a Lobby correspondent. They will ask (a) that the Exchequer shall pay for all A.R.P, and so save burdens from falling on local rates everywhere; (b) th
July 25, 1942 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
MACHINERY & TOOLS

MACHINERY & TOOLS

TIRASSFOUNDERS second-hand Milling -D Machine—9B4 X Mail BROWX & Sharj>e Denbigh Archdale Milling Machines Drilling Machines Screwcutting Plain Turning Lathes cheap rm. wtd.—Davies Machinery Stores Victoria Rd. Black Heath Bm. Y'TORONA Abrasive Cutting-off Machine ballbearing ne
September 27, 1943 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Tommy is once more in his element among the children.

Tommy is once more in his element among the children.

E-BOAT SUNK ENGINEERS’ STRIKE
September 27, 1943 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
CHARMED LIFE

CHARMED LIFE

*Kts f or the °VSEHOLD harves ; ßeen tomato CHUTNEY Jtjfc Ingredients. 5 lb. tomatoes, 1 lb. onions, ■F 1 lb. sugar, | poonful salt, oz. pick- JP r. spices (clove, allspice, namon, ginger, mace, and or those which are » ® v ailablc mixed according to J tast ®)> 1 vinegar. Method
September 27, 1943 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Delaying Tactics

Delaying Tactics

In all the hill fighting so far, a correspondent reports, the Germans have had no higher hope than to delay the British advance. They have attempted no real counterattack, and have held on to their positions either until supplies ran out or they could endure the Allied bombardme
September 27, 1943 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
GERMAN VERSION

GERMAN VERSION

The German communique to-dav says of the fighting in Italy: “On the southern Italian front the enemy carried out numerous local attacks in the mountains north-west and northeast of Salerno. These caused heavy enemy losses and were unsuccessful. In the eastern sector our army gro
September 27, 1943 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
HOTEL WAS OOTOCtt HOT WASTED.

HOTEL WAS OOTOCtt HOT WASTED.

Mr. O. Lambert asked the Prime Minister whether would consider the formation of a Council consistkig qf Lord Fisher, Lord General Sir W. Robertson, and General Sir H. Trenchard assist the Government in the conduct the war? Mr. Law: The Government are not prepared adfipt the sugg
May 6, 1918 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
A LTHOUGH THE POPULARITY THORNTON SPECIAL TOFFEE may embarrass in riew of the prerailing restrictions, shall do onr best meet

A LTHOUGH THE POPULARITY THORNTON SPECIAL TOFFEE may embarrass in riew of the prerailing restrictions, shall do onr best meet

the demand lor this delicious sweet—THORNTON'S CHOCOLATE KABINS, 51, Cherry Street, la. Buh Street, Birmingham, and 15, Trinity Street, Coventry.
February 28, 1941 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England