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ALLIED AIRMEN

... admitted in captivity that they were carrying out their orders. The murder of civilians and other barbaric violations of civilized laws must be blamed on these airmen and their chiefs, as well as their statesmen and peoples. • The Tripartite Powers must ...

Published: Tuesday 04 May 1943
Newspaper: Western Morning News
County: Devon, England
Type: Article | Words: 241 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

TO PUT IT BRIEFLY

... slump years which occurred after the last war. urged Mr A- C. C. Robertson, his presidential address at the opening of the United Textile Factory Workers Association annual conference Blackpool yesterday. 000 The National Executive of the British Legion ...

Published: Tuesday 04 May 1943
Newspaper: Western Daily Press
County: Bristol, England
Type: Article | Words: 406 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

AMERICAN BASEBALL

... the players kept during the game.—a remarkable contrast our own national game of cricket. QRAND CIVIL DEFENCE DISPLAY. The Trowbridge Civil Defence unite, many member* of which have done duty tn air raids In several parts of the country, displayed their ...

HITLER AND THE NEXT MOVE

... the other United Nations will find freedom to strike their long-awaited blows at Europe. May has but little more than a week to run. From the beginning of June we can expect the clashing in Europe the armies of both the Axis and the United Nations in ...

Published: Friday 21 May 1943
Newspaper: Gloucester Citizen
County: Gloucestershire, England
Type: Article | Words: 760 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

CAN BOMBING END THE WAR?

... British post-war civil aviation, they will welcomed by all who have this vital matter at heart. Of the appointments themselves there can be little to say until they have been tested time and achievement. But ultimately the future of civil air transport is ...

Published: Friday 21 May 1943
Newspaper: Gloucester Citizen
County: Gloucestershire, England
Type: Article | Words: 821 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

£1,500,000 IS THE TARGET

... Tamar - terrace, Albert-road, and disperse at Dockyard main gate. NAVAL AND ALLIED UNITS. The parade will be of a comprehensive character, and will include a naval unit with Allied detachments, Sea Cadets, W.R.N.S., field and 7-pounder guns, with crews ...

Published: Saturday 22 May 1943
Newspaper: Western Morning News
County: Devon, England
Type: Article | Words: 583 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

TARGET

... Nether Stowey Stogursey. Cannington. and Combwich Flight, R.A Units. A.T.S. Units Dr, Morgan’s School and 65th Squadron. Trumpet Bugle and Drums Band Home Guard Platoon. Special Police, Civil Defence Wardens and Firstaid Partv. Fire Guard, Red Cross and ...

SPEEDING THE END

... thought—the war must end. That thought is shared throughout the civilized world. Those who began the war have the remedy in their own hands. If they fail to apply it, it places on the United Nations the terrible but inescapable duty of using every means ...

Published: Thursday 20 May 1943
Newspaper: Western Morning News
County: Devon, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 1532 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

THE OPENING

... declared. STREET PROCESSION Early in the evening there was big- street orocession representing the three Services, Civil Defence units, and youth organisations, which was said to the best seen in the town since tne war. It took half-an-hour to pass the ...

MONEY FOR WINGS

... fine record, equalling, for the size of the city and the number of attacks, that of anyother town or city in the Kingdom. The civil front must not fail in their duty to do everything in their power to assist the good work of the Fighting Forces. In unity ...

Published: Friday 28 May 1943
Newspaper: Exeter and Plymouth Gazette
County: Devon, England
Type: Article | Words: 977 | Page: 8 | Tags: none

EMPIRE AIRWAYS

... of international co-operation fostered during the war with mutual advantage by the United Nations. It will be a good thing if the promised House of Commons debate on civil aviation is not much longer delayed, so that the air can be cleared on these issues ...

Published: Monday 24 May 1943
Newspaper: Western Morning News
County: Devon, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 1464 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

PLYMOUTH'S WEEK

... Wings for Victory Week opens this afternoon with a spectacular pro cession of members of the fight and civil defence service with mobile units. At a saluting base erected in the shadow of a Wellington bombe Tavistock-road the opening ceremony will be ...

Published: Saturday 29 May 1943
Newspaper: Western Morning News
County: Devon, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 758 | Page: 6 | Tags: none