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A WAR NEWSLETTER--No. 305

... and may turn the scale in the Election. Every party is pledged to two priorities to hasten the victory over Japan, and to resettle Europe in equity and peace and in the sphere of domestic politics, each party has its Beveridge charter to put on the Statute ...

Published: Saturday 07 July 1945
Newspaper: The Sphere
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 2028 | Page: 4 | Tags: Photographs 

GOOD MORNING But the F.A.B. was There

... tially military, but soon, when an increasing amount 5n its Air civil flying gets under way again, Force. Brazil plans to take an increasing In 1942, appropriations for the part in the civil aviation of the Foocas Aereas Brasileiras, as it is western hemisphere ...

Published: Saturday 07 July 1945
Newspaper: Good Morning
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 1028 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

HOUNSLOW

... HOUNSLOW FINAL RALLY Tributes to All Branches ot Civil Defence There was a great gathering in the Odeon Cinema, Hounslow West, on Sunday morning for the final rally of the various branches of the Civil Defence organisation in the Borough of Heston and ...

Published: Saturday 07 July 1945
Newspaper: Middlesex Chronicle
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 1447 | Page: 7 | Tags: none

What Fulham Went Chrough During Raids

... Chrough During Raids BOOMS RANG OUT IN SOUTH PARK. THR CONTROLLER OF A.R.F. TURNED AND PACED RANKS or MEN AND WOMEN OF FULHAM'S CIVIL DEFENCE SERVICES ASSEMBLED TOGETHER FOR THE LAST TIME. HE GAVE THE SINGLE COMMAND. DISMISS! AND THE HUNDREDS ON THIS STAND ...

Published: Friday 06 July 1945
Newspaper: Fulham Chronicle
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 406 | Page: 5 | Tags: none

THAT DEVELOPS IN TIMES OF DANGER AND STRESS

... Statistics of What Fulham suffered frost the enemy'• air attacks wars broadcast by Colin. A. Y. Ceoniber (chair- man of the Civil Defence Commatte.. They are:— _ . Number of ineidenta, 1.640; greatest number of Incidents in one night. 440 (on February 20 ...

Published: Friday 06 July 1945
Newspaper: Fulham Chronicle
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 311 | Page: 5 | Tags: none

WAR:

... should. And so far as we are concerned, administration in Germany must be military matter for some time to come, though the civil side of our organisation will gradually expand and develop executive functions. From this point of view, though our machinery ...

Published: Saturday 07 July 1945
Newspaper: Illustrated London News
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 552 | Page: 14 | Tags: none

Early Spuds’

... the gas industry, a practical and attractive kitchen unit was assembled in wood and lined with asbestos by a carpenter of the R.A.F. Intended for the training of the W.A.A.F. for their return to civil life, the scheme is to enable domestic science instruction ...

Published: Saturday 07 July 1945
Newspaper: Middlesex Chronicle
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 439 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

AROUND

... ; Hillingdon School, CO 7s. 10d.; Ward 8 R.A.F. Hospital. El; Ferndale Hostel Fund: Whist Drives. £l3 ss. 6d.; Heavy Mobile Unit. El: Miss Becton. 155.; Cranford Park School. E 2 2s. Od.; Jumble Sale. E 22 7s. Od.; Mobile Canteen Fund: Whist Drives, £lO ...

Published: Friday 06 July 1945
Newspaper: Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 1297 | Page: 5 | Tags: none

NEW LAMPS and OLD

... illustrates the frailty of human vision. Writing in 1849, he sums up, after smacking his lips over the definitive peak of the civil isation of his day It may well be, in the twentieth century, that the peasant of Dorset shall think himself miserably paid ...

Published: Saturday 07 July 1945
Newspaper: The Sphere
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 1682 | Page: 28 | Tags: Photographs 

THE WAY OF THE WORLD: Rex Whistler

... the patent leather boots of them all. France, and of course England he added, remembering his company, alone knew what civilization was. Between one man of the world and another, the Germans had always been boors. Their sole hope was to sit at our feet ...