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1944 Will See War's Climax In Europe

... homes in the United Kingdom and throughout the great Reoublic of the United States. British and American manhood—true brothers, in-arms will rise to attack and graople with their deadly foes. This vear 1944 is also election year in the United States, but ...

Published: Wednesday 10 November 1943
Newspaper: Aberdeen Press and Journal
County: Aberdeenshire, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 1964 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

20 Million To Be Sent Home

... 20 Million To Be Sent Home Europe 9 s Post-JVar Resettlement HERBERT LEHMAN, Director of U.N.R.R.A., said yesterday that if Germany collapsed quickly the organisation could provide a certain amount of relief, but he wanted to emphasise the extreme importance ...

Published: Saturday 13 November 1943
Newspaper: Aberdeen Press and Journal
County: Aberdeenshire, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 361 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

When Will Europe War End?

... before the Germans acknowledge it? Militarily, the situation admits of no prospect of a quick conclusion. Nowhere are the United Nations nearer than 700 miles to Berlin, and if the German leaders are willing to sell space to gain time in the hope of some ...

Published: Wednesday 24 November 1943
Newspaper: Aberdeen Press and Journal
County: Aberdeenshire, Scotland
Type: Illustrated | Words: 1039 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

APPROACH TO THE NEW JERUSALEM

... Beveridge Ban on Civil Service Civil servants have been instructed not to collaborate in their personal capacity with Sir William Beveridge in. his full employment inquiries, according to statement by Mr L. C. White, general secretary of the Civil. Service Clerical ...

Published: Saturday 27 November 1943
Newspaper: Aberdeen Press and Journal
County: Aberdeenshire, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 418 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

The London Letter Wednesday night. Kemsley House, W.C.I YTOBODY in official quarters tonight is pretending that ..

... orth-east Prospects has been recommended as . . one of the centres from which a civil air service could be operated for Scandinavia and Russia. Lord Sempill, pioneer in developing civil air transport, recently told me that the Northeast ?fea held out immense ...

Published: Thursday 18 November 1943
Newspaper: Aberdeen Press and Journal
County: Aberdeenshire, Scotland
Type: Illustrated | Words: 957 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

NORTH-EAST BLOOD BANK HAS MET ALL CALLS

... transfusion units, said Professor Wilson, organised by Lieut.-Col. G. H. Buttle, R.A.M.C. Last year even the most forward medical units carried plasma or serum, and in battle whole blood was sent up as required, usually by air. Transfusion units as well ...

Published: Monday 08 November 1943
Newspaper: Aberdeen Press and Journal
County: Aberdeenshire, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 493 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

BLITZ MEDALS SCHEME

... BLITZ MEDALS SCHEME From Our Military Correspondent Dissatisfaction still pa vails among the personnel the A.-A. units because they are not regarded as eligible for the 1939-1943 Star, the ribbon of which will soon be worn by many thousands of fighting ...

Published: Tuesday 09 November 1943
Newspaper: Aberdeen Press and Journal
County: Aberdeenshire, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 287 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

Citizen Services Keep The Citizens Sane

... Napoleonic Wars (hereinafter to be set forth) and a paean, apropos of Sir Walter Citrine's misguided remarks. upon the value of civil defence duties as a war tonic. The parallel I had in mind was very curious one indeed. In 1812 James M'Grigor, graduate and ...

Published: Saturday 13 November 1943
Newspaper: Aberdeen Press and Journal
County: Aberdeenshire, Scotland
Type: Illustrated | Words: 1381 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

WE GO FORWARD CONFIDENTLY

... CONFIDENTLY Text of King's Speech In his Speech opening thi his Majesty the King said: In the fourth year of war the forces of the United Nations assumed the offensive in axl theatres of war. The enemy has been cast out of Africa, freedom has been brought to Sicily ...

Published: Thursday 25 November 1943
Newspaper: Aberdeen Press and Journal
County: Aberdeenshire, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 888 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

The London Letter

... position in London all the more difficult because of requisitioning and the setting aside of accommodation for officers of the United Nations armies and visitors to the Capital on essential business. Right-hand Man MR NORMAN BROOK, who has been appointed chief ...

Published: Saturday 27 November 1943
Newspaper: Aberdeen Press and Journal
County: Aberdeenshire, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 786 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

The London Letter

... and explain the principles enunciated by the United Nations leaders. Politics are re- presented by Mr Leslie Burgin; Major A. N. Braithwaite, M.P.; Geoffrey L. Mander, M.P. and Captain H. Beaumont, M.P.; civil affairs the Rev. Sir Herbert Dunnico and Admiral ...

Published: Thursday 25 November 1943
Newspaper: Aberdeen Press and Journal
County: Aberdeenshire, Scotland
Type: Illustrated | Words: 749 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

A.T.S. KEEP SERVICES BETTER FED

... Adviser has a staff of five travelling instructors, who have had experience of catering an civil life in addition to their army training. Check Up An SOS from a unit culinary difficulties will bring an instructor to the spot to clear up the trouble. She ...

Published: Wednesday 24 November 1943
Newspaper: Aberdeen Press and Journal
County: Aberdeenshire, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 226 | Page: 4 | Tags: none