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Saves Soap Fuel Labour

Saves Soap Fuel Labour

October 22, 1944 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
Rolling Through The Siegfried Line, Be!fort Reached, And 12,000 Captured In Brest

Rolling Through The Siegfried Line, Be!fort Reached, And 12,000 Captured In Brest

DRAMATIC proof of Allied determination to deal drastically with resistance inside Germany was made known last night. A message from a war correspondent of the Associated Press of America stated: Wallendorf, the first German village to be captured in the American First Army secto
September 17, 1944 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
Hitler Could Never Invaded Us By J. D. S. Alan Sunday Dispatch Air Reporter in France.

Hitler Could Never Invaded Us By J. D. S. Alan Sunday Dispatch Air Reporter in France.

FOR more than three years 1 held the opinion that if Hitler had persisted with his plan to invade England in the autumn of 1940 he would have succeeded - I believed our only hope would have been a series of forlorn delaying actions. while we evacuated key men and as many ships.
September 17, 1944 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
ATS Brides Have Own Mansion

ATS Brides Have Own Mansion

By Sunday Dispatch Reporter A". girls can now . marry—and have their husbands down for a week at a country mansion, to which the War Office has given the official title of Honeymoon House. Honeymoon House i in Shropshire. It stands in its own grounds and can accommodate 20 coupl
September 17, 1944 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
imams Atientag

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imams 1 1 . SEPTEMBER 117. 1944 Fll ' y Dr. Harold Bearden The Government is considering reforming the Penal Code. One thing must • be remembered . . . . it is the problem of— •
September 17, 1944 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
Odd Tuition

Odd Tuition

HERE is a large body of middle-aged men of whom every one _ before the war was doubtless a model of all the human virtues. Th.r.y have undergone a very odd tuition since then. They have learned, with an assiduity beyond all praise. of the fascinating lethal potentialities of suc
September 17, 1944 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
Understanding

Understanding

CURTAINS FOR HERE the Income Tax Commissioners ar e more understanding. When you are elected to Parliament they send you a special form Llandudno, asking what part of your salary you intend to claim as expenses. I claim the lot, and am still a few hundreds a year out of pocket o
September 17, 1944 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
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A member of Parliament, like a journalist, must above all be well informed. To be wellinformed you must "circulate." You must get around. And if thPre is one thing that involves a constant dipping of the hand into the pocket. it is "circulating" in London. But it is part of the
September 17, 1944 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
HOW DRAW AIDS THE EXPERTS

HOW DRAW AIDS THE EXPERTS

Br TOTE WISE TRAP 1 Is White City's favourfte trap Taking th.% year s 287 races up to fleptemper 9, each of the six traps would had about. 48 favourites if the 111:- Inc positions gave •11 runners an equal chance. Hut 665 favourite, has, been made of dog, Trap 1. whereas 33 cam*
September 17, 1944 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
WINTER COAL RATION WILL NOT BE CUT

WINTER COAL RATION WILL NOT BE CUT

September 17, 1944 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England