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WORLD OF OURS

... attendance was largely representative of Scot land, the recipients being generally from over the Border or connected with Scottish units. Tha King and Queen, who had spent the night in the Koyal Train near Edinburgh, were formally welcomed to the city at Princes ...

FOREMEN

... Offu-e Registration Card N 15) Medical Gride known; t6) II discharged J torn the Forces, particulars Service number, tank, unit, and reasons tor discharge; Industrial training and experience; 18) Nunc and addicss present employers; Details work should ...

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

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 ...

DAILY—ONE PENNY THOUSANDS WANT TO STAY ON IN THE ARMY

... Military Correspondent A CONSIDERABLE percentage of soldiers do not want to return to civil life. More are avoiding demobilisa- tion parades and registration for civil employment. The number men wishing to stay in the Army is greater than commanding officers ...

t»r of the Daniel and Lucy id of the lats Joseph Fry 7 Richmond Avenue. Head'nglev

... benefit through the fact that the war against Japan ended at the moment when great numbers of American troops were in the United States on their way from Europe to the Far Eastern theatre of war. Many of these men. who naturally drew on their fair share ...

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 ...

BRITISH TROOPS FOR FAR EAST Landing in Java To-day

... involved In interne) politics. he said. The Indonesian Government will not espelled, and will be expected continue the civil administration those areas not occupied British Forces Dutch troops were not included *n the landing force, the Indonesians ...

Published: Saturday 29 September 1945
Newspaper: Yorkshire Evening Post
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 458 | Page: 8 | Tags: none