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TRAINING FUTURE TRADE LEADERS

... Governments the United States and General Franco's Spain. Mr. Acheson made the statement at his Press conference, and released the text a letter which President Roosevelt gave the American Ambassador to Spain last March containing statement the United States ...

THE BATTLE STORY OF THE 46th DIVISION

... part helping solve the problems of civil war. In February, 1945, the rest of the division Joined the 139 Brigade, adapting themselves quickly to the task of assisting Greece to recover from the ravages war and civil disturbance. In April, the Division ...

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... acceleration release the Services must recognise the obstacles to a speed that would the desire get back to civil life and the need for manpower on the civil riront. No one wishes to embarrass the Government with demands that cannot met in view of commitments ...

Published: Monday 10 September 1945
Newspaper: Yorkshire Evening Post
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 476 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

LOVE OF SPORT

... associated with the Civil Defence Organisation, being Deputy Head Warden for anti later Pire Guard Officer. these positions sliowtd charactenatic and organising skill, work in budding and training the Fire Guard hemg of outstanding value. In Civil Defence Mr. ...

Published: Friday 28 September 1945
Newspaper: Barnoldswick & Earby Times
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 936 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

SCHOOL PROBLEMS AT BIRDWELL Transfers and Question of Uniform From Our Own Correspondent WOMB WELL, Tuesday ..

... Office on the first Civil Affairs staff course at Wimbledon. He landed In Normandy shortly after D-Day with a Civil Affairs detachment and commanded Caen for two months. While was there he was sent to Brussels to his present unit, the 210 th Detachment ...

PI BUC APPOINTMBNTO

... per annum. plus war bonus -it >0 nnd car allow iice the rate of £62 per annum Appltiants must Associate Members the It. ' it Civil Engineers and/or Associate Members examination the Institution ol Mimlclpul County Engineers and must .have had considerable ...

TWO COUNTS AGAINST JOYCE RULED OUT

... documents recording ; the American naturalisation 1 of Joyce's father in 1894 and 1 a certificate of the birth of ] Joyce in the United States in 1 1906. Seven witnesses, including a brother of Joyce, gave evidence for the defence, but Joyce himself is not being ...

Published: Tuesday 18 September 1945
Newspaper: Hull Daily Mail
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1415 | Page: 1 | Tags: none

Lord Keynes's Figures

... two and three-quarters as great those of the United States, with losses in killed and missing three and half times great. •I. Members of the British Forces contributed twice a much in manyears as did the United States Purees —and tills does not lake into ...

LEEDS. MONDAY. SEPT. 10, 1945

... subject to interference. Foreign Ministers' Conference TO-MORROW'S meeting of the Foreign Ministers of Great Britain, the United States, Russia, France and China marks an important stage in the transition from war to peace. The result of their work will ...

CHURCHESAND FUTURE OF EUROPE

... Navy's frogmen who blasted a hole Hitler's Atlantic Wall and enabled Invasion craft to reach the Normandy beaches on D-Day. Ten units—four from the Royal Navy and six from the Royal Marines —took part in the operations. Among those who were decorated are P/O ...

ii h€ Wits lined THE, YORKSHIRE EVENING POST, SATURDAY,

... who originally entered Travers for the race. Major Oldfleld was In a Commando unit when was taken prisoner Tunisia In 1943, tout escaped from Italy Into Switzerland. In civil life he Is director of London firm of auctioneers and estate agents. SPAIN TOLD ...

Published: Saturday 01 September 1945
Newspaper: Yorkshire Evening Post
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 947 | Page: 5 | Tags: none

for UTED LAMPSHADES Pastel Colourings' Made from washable Plastic DEMOBILISATION security. Atomic energy must ..

... federation of trede unions, Mr, Edwards declared have some doubt whether the great powers which were united to win the war are going equally considerate united est —-fn^ntuijpLlnn and peace. The war Just ct ended national and tlon*. that the un not Ist workers ...

Published: Monday 10 September 1945
Newspaper: Yorkshire Evening Post
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 293 | Page: 8 | Tags: none