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Marriage of Miss Evelyn Townsley Miss Evelyn To wnsle lyounger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Townsley, ..

... Regiment IFLA in the 3rd British Infantry Division when they invaded France on D Day and is now on the staff of a Civil I Resettlement Unit stationed at Hatfield. Prior to enlistment he was a student at the University College of North Wales. The bride. ...

Published: Friday 27 July 1945
Newspaper: Hampshire Telegraph
County: Hampshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 388 | Page: 15 | Tags: none

RE-SETTLEMENT IN CIVIL LIFE

... RE-SETTLEMENT IN CIVIL LIFE The revised procedure of registration for civil employment by the Ministry of Labour Employment Exchange system and the National Association for the Employment of Regular Sailors, Soldiers and Airmen is to be brought into force ...

Published: Friday 23 June 1933
Newspaper: Hampshire Telegraph
County: Hampshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 208 | Page: 13 | Tags: none

CIVIL LIFE RESETTLEMENT

... CIVIL LIFE RESETTLEMENT Return to civil life! Nobody can say yet how soon the process will start after the deteat of Germany. There will be no unavoidable delay. Much thought has been given to the question of resettlement fn civil life. We ...

Published: Friday 22 December 1944
Newspaper: Hampshire Telegraph
County: Hampshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 182 | Page: 13 | Tags: none

Civil Defence Criticisms Arrangements for the ob Hampshire Civil Defence m recruiting unit's recent twoday tour ..

... Civil Defence Criticisms Arrangements for the ob Hampshire Civil Defence m recruiting unit's recent twoday tour of Petersfield rural district were criticized at Steep Parish Council meeting on Monday. Colonel G. H. Crump (Chairman) said he was notified ...

Published: Friday 17 November 1950
Newspaper: Hampshire Telegraph
County: Hampshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 117 | Page: 15 | Tags: none

AMERICA COMES IN of rdief has been heaved by the civilized world at the news t the United States have

... AMERICA COMES IN of rdief has been heaved by the civilized world at the news t the United States have thought tier their aloofness as a nation from councils of the Powers, and have iiiouneed their reaJiness to take part in international economic conference ...

Published: Friday 10 June 1932
Newspaper: Hampshire Telegraph
County: Hampshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 192 | Page: 15 | Tags: none

To Sandown • 2/6 To Vontnor • 2/6 Towards the - 3/- civile. 310. unit IMraa. 3.30 o-oiuor 7-0. sundown

... To Sandown • 2/6 To Vontnor • 2/6 Towards the - 3/- civile. 310. unit IMraa. 3.30 o-oiuor 7-0. sundown 7 P - To Bournemouth .Nut laud-i.g) C-arcnce i’itr 4 0 P* 8-30 P-fn- To Sandown - * * 3 /® To Cherbourg * * • / .Including French Clarence Tier 9.10 ...

Published: Monday 03 August 1925
Newspaper: Portsmouth Evening News
County: Hampshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 66 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

the Colonial Secretary (Mr Lvlteltom. the British Labout Partv, the National Council of Civil Liberties in the ..

... the Colonial Secretary (Mr Lvlteltom. the British Labout Partv, the National Council of Civil Liberties in the Unite.. Kingdom, and other organizations. Mr R. Powell (President of the Aluminium Company ol Canada' said in Montreal that the end next year ...

Published: Thursday 08 October 1953
Newspaper: Portsmouth Evening News
County: Hampshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 89 | Page: 1 | Tags: none

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Published: Saturday 17 September 1910
Newspaper: Portsmouth Evening News
County: Hampshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 26 | Page: 1 | Tags: none

SUFFERINGS IN THE UNITED STATES CIVIL WAR

... SUFFERINGS IN THE UNITED STATES CIVIL WAR. Illustrations of the sufferings and injuries produced by war, enough (writes a recent traveller in the United States) to fill many volumes, might easily be procured from the history of the great American struggle ...

Published: Saturday 26 February 1881
Newspaper: Portsmouth Evening News
County: Hampshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 652 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

FOR ONE FAMILY PORTSMOUTH was “ heavily raided ” by the enemy night and into action came the new civil defence ..

... proceeded, problems of civil defence were discussed by Wing Commander Sir John Hodsoll (General Director of Civil Defence Training) and Major-General W. A. Dimoline (General Officer Commanding Aldershot Distnc.) with local civil defence officers and others ...

Published: Monday 26 February 1951
Newspaper: Portsmouth Evening News
County: Hampshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 892 | Page: 6 | Tags: none