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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 ...

R.A.F. Transport Command as an Air Line Springboard

... Britain —if Britain had thought first and the energy to act first In other words the American line a military line, run by the United States Army Air Force's Transport Command, and not a commercial operator. The Royal Air Force has a transport Command, which ...

H. R. HARMER

... LONDON. W I.: SEPTEMBER 17. 18. —The First Sale ot the Season, containing fine ranges France. Great Britain. Switzerland and United States; also, on Each Day. Collections and Various. SEPTEMBER 24. 25. —A Very Fine British Empire Sale, comprising rarities ...

TELEPHONES

... MacARTHUR S J views on the future of Japan, as they were revealed in an interview with Mr. Hugh Baillie, President of the United Press, which publish to-day. will be read with great interest by a people shocked and appalled recent revelations the atrocities ...

PLANNING THE PEACE

... Bldault (France), and Dr. Wang Shi-chich (China), were appointed at Potsdam a Council draw up, with view to submission to the United Nations, treaties peace with Italy, Rumania, Hungary and Finland.* Priority is given tq peace with Italy because the Great ...

Welcome Them Back

... their employees as so many lost years. should seek as soon possible to discover how best to put this war experience to civil use. In doing so, they would at the same time give a decided lift to the men's morale. Mr. Emmerson gave reassuring figures ...

Grandpa's Codlins

... periodical Press conferences similar to those held by the President of the United States. Mr. Attlee. in his reply to Colonel Llpton, says: Press conferences by the President of the United States are very largely a substitute for Parliament. Over here I think ...

Tangier Agreement

... have been reached the Paris conference on Tangier arc expected to be made known before the end of this week. Britain, the United States, France and—towards the end—Russia took part in the conference, which was largely concerned with the status of Spain ...

SURRENDER TE

... and Japanese Imperial Headquarters, hereby accept the provisions in the declaration issued the heads the Governments the United States, China and Great Britain on July 26 at Potsdam, and subsequently adhered to by the U.S.S.R.. which four Powers are ...

CHARITY GOLF EFFORTS

... set themselves the task of providing year's playing fees for each one of the 100-odd »members the Forces on his return to civil life. FOOTBALL RESULTS League North Sheffield Otd 4 Sunderland League South Brentford Newport 2Charlton League lit (South) ...

THE YORKSHIRE POST AND LEEDS MERCURY. WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 5, 1945 LONDON NOTES AND COMMENT

... .war led to the foundation and development the service. Before 1914 there had been virtually no ambulance service lor the civil population. , chain stations rural areas was equipped with 296 ambulances in 1919, and the organisation has expanded rapidly ...

University's Part in City Lifd Culture the current of ideas which live. This definition a much degraded word

... things completely disinterested atmosphere. The speaker referred a recent proposal by a well-known Yorkshire engineer that all civil engineers should take a degree in arts. This had his full approval, he said. because scientists don't ask * why,' hut only ...