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ALLIES IN OUTSKIRTS OF ROME ADVANCING RAPIDLY ON CITY AFTER BIG BREAK THROUGH Nazis Withdrawing Toward Tiber LONDON, Sunday, AAP

5 June 1944, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 1

…June 5, 1944 Post Number: #1 by Globalization41 on 29 Apr 2014, 19:34 6/5/1944, Fifth Army Reaches Outskirts of Rome, Germans Withdrawing Toward the Tiber River 6/5/1944, U.S. Forces Dislodge Jap Defenders at Biak Island, Japs Refuse to Surrender, 100 Suicides Found in Cave Satellite Map, Biak Island 6/5/1944, Hitler Orders German Withdrawal from Rome to Save it From Destruction, Hitler HQs Declares Rome an Open City 6/5/1944, Soviets Repel German Assaults Near Isai, Rumania; Germans Transfer Six Divisions to Bulgaria Along Black Sea Coast Satellite Map, Isai, Rumania 6/5/1944, Allied Bombers Pound Anti-Invasion Defenses Along French Coast; Swarming Allied Fighters Strafe Transportation 6/5/1944, Dutch Airmen Flying Australian-Based Mitchell Medium Bombers Harass Shipping & Japs on Timor 6/5/1944, Advertisment, B-25 Mitchell Satellite Map, Timor Photos of…

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BITTER FIGHT FOR BIAK Wiping Out Jap Forces 100 SUICIDES FOUND IN CAVE

5 June 1944, Kalgoorlie Miner (WA : 1895 - 1950), page 2

…6/5/1944, Fifth Army Reaches Outskirts of Rome, Germans Withdrawing Toward the Tiber River 6/5/1944, U.S. Forces Dislodge Jap Defenders at Biak Island, Japs Refuse to Surrender, 100 Suicides Found in Cave Satellite Map, Biak Island 6/5/1944, Hitler Orders German Withdrawal from Rome to Save it From Destruction, Hitler HQs Declares Rome an Open City 6/5/1944, Soviets Repel German Assaults Near Isai, Rumania; Germans Transfer Six Divisions to Bulgaria Along Black Sea Coast Satellite Map, Isai, Rumania 6/5/1944, Allied Bombers Pound Anti-Invasion Defenses Along French Coast; Swarming Allied Fighters Strafe Transportation 6/5/1944, Dutch Airmen Flying Australian-Based Mitchell Medium Bombers Harass Shipping & Japs on Timor 6/5/1944, Advertisment, B-25 Mitchell Satellite Map, Timor Photos of Mitchell B-25s 6/5/1944, Greatest Song Hit of the War, Lili Marlene 6/5/1944, U.S. 5th Army Occupies 1,800-Foot Monte…

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NAZI ANTI-INVASION DEFENCES POUNDED R A F Night Raid LONDON, Sunday, AAP

5 June 1944, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 1

…6/5/1944, Fifth Army Reaches Outskirts of Rome, Germans Withdrawing Toward the Tiber River 6/5/1944, U.S. Forces Dislodge Jap Defenders at Biak Island, Japs Refuse to Surrender, 100 Suicides Found in Cave Satellite Map, Biak Island 6/5/1944, Hitler Orders German Withdrawal from Rome to Save it From Destruction, Hitler HQs Declares Rome an Open City 6/5/1944, Soviets Repel German Assaults Near Isai, Rumania; Germans Transfer Six Divisions to Bulgaria Along Black Sea Coast Satellite Map, Isai, Rumania 6/5/1944, Allied Bombers Pound Anti-Invasion Defenses Along French Coast; Swarming Allied Fighters Strafe Transportation 6/5/1944, Dutch Airmen Flying Australian-Based Mitchell Medium Bombers Harass Shipping & Japs on Timor 6/5/1944, Advertisment, B-25 Mitchell Satellite Map, Timor Photos of Mitchell B-25s 6/5/1944, Greatest Song Hit of the War, Lili Marlene 6/5/1944, U.S. 5th Army Occupies 1,800-Foot Monte Castellaggio, Germans Counterattack in Lanuvio Sector Satellite Map, Lanuvio, Italy Satellite Map, Monte Castellaccio U.S. Fifth Army 6/5/1944, Marshal Kesselring's Armies in Italy Fight Doggedly to Keep Their Lines of Retreat Open & Avoid Encirclement 6/5/1944, Foundation of Western Australia, 1825 6/5/1944, U.S. Navy "Searchplane" Bombs & Strafes Shipping & Shore Installations on Truk Atol, Moderate Flak Reported Satellite…

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Enemy Shipping to North DUTCH AIRMEN BUSY

5 June 1944, Kalgoorlie Miner (WA : 1895 - 1950), page 2

…6/5/1944, Fifth Army Reaches Outskirts of Rome, Germans Withdrawing Toward the Tiber River 6/5/1944, U.S. Forces Dislodge Jap Defenders at Biak Island, Japs Refuse to Surrender, 100 Suicides Found in Cave Satellite Map, Biak Island 6/5/1944, Hitler Orders German Withdrawal from Rome to Save it From Destruction, Hitler HQs Declares Rome an Open City 6/5/1944, Soviets Repel German Assaults Near Isai, Rumania; Germans Transfer Six Divisions to Bulgaria Along Black Sea Coast Satellite Map, Isai, Rumania 6/5/1944, Allied Bombers Pound Anti-Invasion Defenses Along French Coast; Swarming Allied Fighters Strafe Transportation 6/5/1944, Dutch Airmen Flying Australian-Based Mitchell Medium Bombers Harass Shipping & Japs on Timor 6/5/1944, Advertisment, B-25 Mitchell Satellite Map, Timor Photos of Mitchell B-25s 6/5/1944, Greatest Song Hit of the War, Lili Marlene 6/5/1944, U.S. 5th Army Occupies 1,800-Foot Monte Castellaggio, Germans Counterattack in Lanuvio Sector Satellite Map, Lanuvio, Italy Satellite Map, Monte Castellaccio U.S. Fifth Army 6/5/1944, Marshal Kesselring's Armies in Italy Fight Doggedly to Keep Their Lines of Retreat Open & Avoid Encirclement 6/5/1944, Foundation of Western Australia, 1825 6/5/1944, U.S. Navy "Searchplane" Bombs & Strafes Shipping & Shore Installations on Truk Atol, Moderate Flak Reported Satellite Map, Truk 6/5/1944, Air Transport Command Delivers New Planes to India on the "Fire…

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American Advance GREAT PROGRESS MORE PRISONERS TAKEN

5 June 1944, Kalgoorlie Miner (WA : 1895 - 1950), page 3

…to Surrender, 100 Suicides Found in Cave Satellite Map, Biak Island 6/5/1944, Hitler Orders German Withdrawal from Rome to Save it From Destruction, Hitler HQs Declares Rome an Open City 6/5/1944, Soviets Repel German Assaults Near Isai, Rumania; Germans Transfer Six Divisions to Bulgaria Along Black Sea Coast Satellite Map, Isai, Rumania 6/5/1944, Allied Bombers Pound Anti-Invasion Defenses Along French Coast; Swarming Allied Fighters Strafe Transportation 6/5/1944, Dutch Airmen Flying Australian-Based Mitchell Medium Bombers Harass Shipping & Japs on Timor 6/5/1944, Advertisment, B-25 Mitchell Satellite Map, Timor Photos of Mitchell B-25s 6/5/1944, Greatest Song Hit of the War, Lili Marlene 6/5/1944, U.S. 5th Army Occupies 1,800-Foot Monte Castellaggio, Germans Counterattack in Lanuvio Sector Satellite Map, Lanuvio, Italy Satellite Map, Monte Castellaccio U.S. Fifth Army 6/5/1944, Marshal Kesselring's Armies in Italy Fight Doggedly to Keep Their Lines of Retreat Open & Avoid Encirclement 6/5/1944, Foundation of Western Australia, 1825 6/5/1944, U.S. Navy "Searchplane" Bombs & Strafes Shipping & Shore Installations on Truk Atol, Moderate Flak Reported Satellite Map, Truk 6/5/1944, Air Transport Command Delivers New Planes to India on the "Fire Ball Express" 6/5/1944, Far-Flung Tentacles of Japanese Empire Under Pressure from Ever-Heavier Allied Air Blows 6/5/1944, Polish P.M. to Visit F.D.R. to Discuss Russian-Polish Cooperation & Boundary Claims, Part 1 6/5/1944, Polish P.M.…

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FOUNDATION OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA

5 June 1944, Kalgoorlie Miner (WA : 1895 - 1950), page 2

…to Bulgaria Along Black Sea Coast Satellite Map, Isai, Rumania 6/5/1944, Allied Bombers Pound Anti-Invasion Defenses Along French Coast; Swarming Allied Fighters Strafe Transportation 6/5/1944, Dutch Airmen Flying Australian-Based Mitchell Medium Bombers Harass Shipping & Japs on Timor 6/5/1944, Advertisment, B-25 Mitchell Satellite Map, Timor Photos of Mitchell B-25s 6/5/1944, Greatest Song Hit of the War, Lili Marlene 6/5/1944, U.S. 5th Army Occupies 1,800-Foot Monte Castellaggio, Germans Counterattack in Lanuvio Sector Satellite Map, Lanuvio, Italy Satellite Map, Monte Castellaccio U.S. Fifth Army 6/5/1944, Marshal Kesselring's Armies in Italy Fight Doggedly to Keep Their Lines of Retreat Open & Avoid Encirclement 6/5/1944, Foundation of Western Australia, 1825 6/5/1944, U.S. Navy "Searchplane" Bombs & Strafes Shipping & Shore Installations on Truk Atol, Moderate Flak Reported Satellite Map, Truk 6/5/1944, Air Transport Command Delivers New Planes to India on the "Fire Ball Express" 6/5/1944, Far-Flung Tentacles of Japanese Empire Under Pressure from Ever-Heavier Allied Air Blows 6/5/1944, Polish P.M. to Visit F.D.R. to Discuss Russian-Polish Cooperation & Boundary Claims, Part 1 6/5/1944, Polish P.M. to Visit F.D.R. to Discuss Russian-Polish Cooperation & Boundary Claims, Part 2 6/5/1944, Monsoon Season Will Be Serious Hindrance to Military Operations on Indo-Burma Front, Japs Lose 25,000 in Five Months Satelitte Map, Assam, India…

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Single Plane Over Truk SHIPPING ATTACKED

5 June 1944, Kalgoorlie Miner (WA : 1895 - 1950), page 2

…Satellite Map, Isai, Rumania 6/5/1944, Allied Bombers Pound Anti-Invasion Defenses Along French Coast; Swarming Allied Fighters Strafe Transportation 6/5/1944, Dutch Airmen Flying Australian-Based Mitchell Medium Bombers Harass Shipping & Japs on Timor 6/5/1944, Advertisment, B-25 Mitchell Satellite Map, Timor Photos of Mitchell B-25s 6/5/1944, Greatest Song Hit of the War, Lili Marlene 6/5/1944, U.S. 5th Army Occupies 1,800-Foot Monte Castellaggio, Germans Counterattack in Lanuvio Sector Satellite Map, Lanuvio, Italy Satellite Map, Monte Castellaccio U.S. Fifth Army 6/5/1944, Marshal Kesselring's Armies in Italy Fight Doggedly to Keep Their Lines of Retreat Open & Avoid Encirclement 6/5/1944, Foundation of Western Australia, 1825 6/5/1944, U.S. Navy "Searchplane" Bombs & Strafes Shipping & Shore Installations on Truk Atol, Moderate Flak Reported Satellite Map, Truk 6/5/1944, Air Transport Command Delivers New Planes to India on the "Fire Ball Express" 6/5/1944, Far-Flung Tentacles of Japanese Empire Under Pressure from Ever-Heavier Allied Air Blows 6/5/1944, Polish P.M. to Visit F.D.R. to Discuss Russian-Polish Cooperation & Boundary Claims, Part 1 6/5/1944, Polish P.M. to Visit F.D.R. to Discuss Russian-Polish Cooperation & Boundary Claims, Part 2 6/5/1944, Monsoon Season Will Be Serious Hindrance to Military Operations on Indo-Burma Front, Japs Lose 25,000 in Five Months Satelitte Map, Assam, India 6/5/1944, U.S. Airborne Troops in England Will Be Among First Participants in Invasion 6/5/1944, Mr. Singh Wants…

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ALLIES AT GATES OF ROME GERMAN LINES SMASHED ENEMY'S FIGHTING RETREAT DESPERATE DELAYING ACTION GERMANS MAY ABANDON ROME

5 June 1944, Kalgoorlie Miner (WA : 1895 - 1950), page 3

…High Potency Shark Liver Oil Approved for Marketing 6/5/1944; All Quiet on the Eastern Front, Except Iasi, Rumania, Where Ongoing German Offensive Bogged Down by Red Army 6/5/1944, Hindus Bitter at Bengal Gov't Banning of Hindu Conference While Moslem League Ministry Holds Pakistan Conferences 6/5/1944, Douglas Co. (Kansas) Sends Ten Men to Ft. Leavenworth for Induction into Army, Four Scheduled for Navy Tomorrow 6/5/1944, General Omar Nelson Bradley, Senior Commander of U.S. Ground Forces for the Great Invasion 6/5/1944, Americans Advance Slowly on Bloody Biak Island Against Intense Japanese Mortar, Machinegun, & Rifle Opposition 6/5/1944, American Parasite Threatens Kodai Plants 6/5/1944, Massed Employment of American Tanks Pushes Germans Back, Allied Thrust Checked Six Miles East of Rome Advertisment, Cadillac 6/5/1944, Valmontone Falls, Allies Sweep Forward in Drive on Rome Satelitte Map, Valmontone 6/5/1944; Eighth Army Forces Near Rome Link with Fifth Army on Highway IV, Establishing Control on Roadway to Valmontone Globalization41.…

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VALMONTONE FALLS Allies Sweep Forward DRIVE TOWARDS ROME

5 June 1944, Kalgoorlie Miner (WA : 1895 - 1950), page 3

…Ongoing German Offensive Bogged Down by Red Army 6/5/1944, Hindus Bitter at Bengal Gov't Banning of Hindu Conference While Moslem League Ministry Holds Pakistan Conferences 6/5/1944, Douglas Co. (Kansas) Sends Ten Men to Ft. Leavenworth for Induction into Army, Four Scheduled for Navy Tomorrow 6/5/1944, General Omar Nelson Bradley, Senior Commander of U.S. Ground Forces for the Great Invasion 6/5/1944, Americans Advance Slowly on Bloody Biak Island Against Intense Japanese Mortar, Machinegun, & Rifle Opposition 6/5/1944, American Parasite Threatens Kodai Plants 6/5/1944, Massed Employment of American Tanks Pushes Germans Back, Allied Thrust Checked Six Miles East of Rome Advertisment, Cadillac 6/5/1944, Valmontone Falls, Allies Sweep Forward in Drive on Rome Satelitte Map, Valmontone 6/5/1944; Eighth Army Forces Near Rome Link with Fifth Army on Highway IV, Establishing Control on Roadway to Valmontone Globalization41.…

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Armies Link Up CONTROL OF HIGHWAY VI

5 June 1944, Kalgoorlie Miner (WA : 1895 - 1950), page 3

…Gov't Banning of Hindu Conference While Moslem League Ministry Holds Pakistan Conferences 6/5/1944, Douglas Co. (Kansas) Sends Ten Men to Ft. Leavenworth for Induction into Army, Four Scheduled for Navy Tomorrow 6/5/1944, General Omar Nelson Bradley, Senior Commander of U.S. Ground Forces for the Great Invasion 6/5/1944, Americans Advance Slowly on Bloody Biak Island Against Intense Japanese Mortar, Machinegun, & Rifle Opposition 6/5/1944, American Parasite Threatens Kodai Plants 6/5/1944, Massed Employment of American Tanks Pushes Germans Back, Allied Thrust Checked Six Miles East of Rome Advertisment, Cadillac 6/5/1944, Valmontone Falls, Allies Sweep Forward in Drive on Rome Satelitte Map, Valmontone 6/5/1944; Eighth Army Forces Near Rome Link with Fifth Army on Highway IV, Establishing Control on Roadway to Valmontone Globalization41.…

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Furious Battles "FIERCEST IN HISTORY"

5 June 1944, Kalgoorlie Miner (WA : 1895 - 1950), page 3

…June 5, 1944 Post Number: #2 by Globalization41 on 07 May 2014, 19:21 6/5/1944, Paris Radio Reports Fierce Fighting South of Rome 6/5/1944, Moscow Wants Tighter Economic Blockade of Germany 6/5/1944, Fifth & Eighth Armies Closing in on Rome, Lanuvio Falls After Five Days of Savage Fighting 6/5/1944, Post Office Releases May's Stats for "Telephone Less" Campaign, London Call Times Averaged Three Minutes 42 Seconds 6/5/1944, Low-Flying R.A.F. Beaufighters Fire Rocket Projectiles at Enemy Convoy Near Crete, Heraklion Harbor Attacked The Bristol Beaufighter Photos, Beaufighters 6/5/1944, Middle East Headquarters from Cairo Reports Sinking 17 Ships in Aegean During May 6/5/1944, Italian Police in Rome Wearing "Open City" Armbands Begin Replacing German Police 6/5/1944, Germans Evacuate Rome, Hitler Proposes Open City, Allied Fighter-Bombers…

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Allies Break Through ADVANCE ON ROME

5 June 1944, Kalgoorlie Miner (WA : 1895 - 1950), page 3

…6/5/1944, Paris Radio Reports Fierce Fighting South of Rome 6/5/1944, Moscow Wants Tighter Economic Blockade of Germany 6/5/1944, Fifth & Eighth Armies Closing in on Rome, Lanuvio Falls After Five Days of Savage Fighting 6/5/1944, Post Office Releases May's Stats for "Telephone Less" Campaign, London Call Times Averaged Three Minutes 42 Seconds 6/5/1944, Low-Flying R.A.F. Beaufighters Fire Rocket Projectiles at Enemy Convoy Near Crete, Heraklion Harbor Attacked The Bristol Beaufighter Photos, Beaufighters 6/5/1944, Middle East Headquarters from Cairo Reports Sinking 17 Ships in Aegean During May 6/5/1944, Italian Police in Rome Wearing "Open City" Armbands Begin Replacing German Police 6/5/1944, Germans Evacuate Rome, Hitler Proposes Open City, Allied Fighter-Bombers Hammer Retreating Germans 6/5/1944, Associated Press Practicing Invasion Announcement Accidently Alerts U.S. of Allied Landings in Progress 6/5/1944, Rome Liberated, Cheering Citizens Greet Fifth Army…

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Pulling Out of Rome? INDICATIONS OF GERMAN WITHDRAWAL

5 June 1944, Kalgoorlie Miner (WA : 1895 - 1950), page 3

…6/5/1944, Paris Radio Reports Fierce Fighting South of Rome 6/5/1944, Moscow Wants Tighter Economic Blockade of Germany 6/5/1944, Fifth & Eighth Armies Closing in on Rome, Lanuvio Falls After Five Days of Savage Fighting 6/5/1944, Post Office Releases May's Stats for "Telephone Less" Campaign, London Call Times Averaged Three Minutes 42 Seconds 6/5/1944, Low-Flying R.A.F. Beaufighters Fire Rocket Projectiles at Enemy Convoy Near Crete, Heraklion Harbor Attacked The Bristol Beaufighter Photos, Beaufighters 6/5/1944, Middle East Headquarters from Cairo Reports Sinking 17 Ships in Aegean During May 6/5/1944, Italian Police in Rome Wearing "Open City" Armbands Begin Replacing German Police 6/5/1944, Germans Evacuate Rome, Hitler Proposes Open City, Allied Fighter-Bombers Hammer Retreating Germans 6/5/1944, Associated Press Practicing Invasion Announcement Accidently Alerts U.S. of Allied Landings in Progress 6/5/1944, Rome Liberated, Cheering Citizens Greet Fifth Army Advance into Suburbs, German Barrage Halts Allied Column 6/5/1944, 150,222 Persons—Discharged from Military to Care of the Ministry of Pensions—Returned to Useful Employment Globalization41.…

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Through the Alban Hills ADVANCE FROM LANUVIO

5 June 1944, Kalgoorlie Miner (WA : 1895 - 1950), page 3

…June 5, 1944 Post Number: #3 by Globalization41 on 08 May 2014, 20:10 6/5/1944, Algerian Radio Reports Fifth Army Breaking Through German Defenses on Alban Hills 6/5/1944, Chicago Tribune Indignant that Australia Refuses to Permit It to Print an Australian Edition for U.S. Troops 6/5/1944, General Wilson Explains Allies Are Solely Interested in Destruction of German Forces & Will Safeguard Rome Population 6/5/1944; Chinese Capture of Kaitou, 35 Miles North of Tengchung, Cuts off Hundreds of Japanese from Supply Route 6/5/1944, German News Agency Answering Pope's "Save Rome" Plea Says Germans Have Been Working for Months to Save Rome 6/5/1944, Naples Radio Tells Rome Citizens to Report German Demolition Mines to Allied Patrols 6/5/1944; Allied Planes Fly 2,100 Sorties in Med. Theater, Attack Supply Dumps, Railways,…

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FATE OF ROME Depends Upon Germans ALLIES WISH TO SPARE HISTORIC CITY

5 June 1944, Kalgoorlie Miner (WA : 1895 - 1950), page 3

…6/5/1944, Algerian Radio Reports Fifth Army Breaking Through German Defenses on Alban Hills 6/5/1944, Chicago Tribune Indignant that Australia Refuses to Permit It to Print an Australian Edition for U.S. Troops 6/5/1944, General Wilson Explains Allies Are Solely Interested in Destruction of German Forces & Will Safeguard Rome Population 6/5/1944; Chinese Capture of Kaitou, 35 Miles North of Tengchung, Cuts off Hundreds of Japanese from Supply Route 6/5/1944, German News Agency Answering Pope's "Save Rome" Plea Says Germans Have Been Working for Months to Save Rome 6/5/1944, Naples Radio Tells Rome Citizens to Report German Demolition Mines to Allied Patrols 6/5/1944; Allied Planes Fly 2,100 Sorties in Med. Theater, Attack Supply Dumps, Railways, Bridges, & Roads in Central Italy 6/5/1944, German Overseas News Agency Indicates Heavy Fighting in Alban Hills, Allies Supported by Naval Artillery 6/5/1944; Allies Take Rome, Push Germans North; Rome Citizens Cheer & Sing; Hitler Says…

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GERMAN STATEMENT

5 June 1944, Kalgoorlie Miner (WA : 1895 - 1950), page 3

…6/5/1944, Algerian Radio Reports Fifth Army Breaking Through German Defenses on Alban Hills 6/5/1944, Chicago Tribune Indignant that Australia Refuses to Permit It to Print an Australian Edition for U.S. Troops 6/5/1944, General Wilson Explains Allies Are Solely Interested in Destruction of German Forces & Will Safeguard Rome Population 6/5/1944; Chinese Capture of Kaitou, 35 Miles North of Tengchung, Cuts off Hundreds of Japanese from Supply Route 6/5/1944, German News Agency Answering Pope's "Save Rome" Plea Says Germans Have Been Working for Months to Save Rome 6/5/1944, Naples Radio Tells Rome Citizens to Report German Demolition Mines to Allied Patrols 6/5/1944; Allied Planes Fly 2,100 Sorties in Med. Theater, Attack Supply Dumps, Railways, Bridges, & Roads in Central Italy 6/5/1944, German Overseas News Agency Indicates Heavy Fighting in Alban Hills, Allies Supported by Naval Artillery 6/5/1944; Allies Take Rome, Push Germans North; Rome Citizens Cheer & Sing; Hitler Says Fighting in Italy Will Continue, Part 1 6/5/1944; Allies Take Rome, Push Germans North; Rome Citizens Cheer & Sing; Hitler Says Fighting in Italy Will Continue, Part 2 6/5/1944, British Suspend Shipping Permits in Mediterranean 6/5/1944, Yanks…

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Preservation of Rome MESSAGE TO CITIZENS

5 June 1944, Kalgoorlie Miner (WA : 1895 - 1950), page 3

…6/5/1944, Algerian Radio Reports Fifth Army Breaking Through German Defenses on Alban Hills 6/5/1944, Chicago Tribune Indignant that Australia Refuses to Permit It to Print an Australian Edition for U.S. Troops 6/5/1944, General Wilson Explains Allies Are Solely Interested in Destruction of German Forces & Will Safeguard Rome Population 6/5/1944; Chinese Capture of Kaitou, 35 Miles North of Tengchung, Cuts off Hundreds of Japanese from Supply Route 6/5/1944, German News Agency Answering Pope's "Save Rome" Plea Says Germans Have Been Working for Months to Save Rome 6/5/1944, Naples Radio Tells Rome Citizens to Report German Demolition Mines to Allied Patrols 6/5/1944; Allied Planes Fly 2,100 Sorties in Med. Theater, Attack Supply Dumps, Railways, Bridges, & Roads in Central Italy 6/5/1944, German Overseas News Agency Indicates Heavy Fighting in Alban Hills, Allies Supported by Naval Artillery 6/5/1944; Allies Take Rome, Push Germans North; Rome Citizens Cheer & Sing; Hitler Says Fighting in Italy Will Continue, Part 1 6/5/1944; Allies Take Rome, Push Germans North; Rome Citizens Cheer & Sing; Hitler Says Fighting in Italy Will Continue, Part 2 6/5/1944, British Suspend Shipping Permits in Mediterranean 6/5/1944, Yanks File Past Glories of Rome, Partisans with Red Armbands Screen U.S. Forces from German…

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Air Force Operations WIDESPREAD ACTIVITY

5 June 1944, Kalgoorlie Miner (WA : 1895 - 1950), page 3

…6/5/1944, Algerian Radio Reports Fifth Army Breaking Through German Defenses on Alban Hills 6/5/1944, Chicago Tribune Indignant that Australia Refuses to Permit It to Print an Australian Edition for U.S. Troops 6/5/1944, General Wilson Explains Allies Are Solely Interested in Destruction of German Forces & Will Safeguard Rome Population 6/5/1944; Chinese Capture of Kaitou, 35 Miles North of Tengchung, Cuts off Hundreds of Japanese from Supply Route 6/5/1944, German News Agency Answering Pope's "Save Rome" Plea Says Germans Have Been Working for Months to Save Rome 6/5/1944, Naples Radio Tells Rome Citizens to Report German Demolition Mines to Allied Patrols 6/5/1944; Allied Planes Fly 2,100 Sorties in Med. Theater, Attack Supply Dumps, Railways, Bridges, & Roads in Central Italy 6/5/1944, German Overseas News Agency Indicates Heavy Fighting in Alban Hills, Allies Supported by Naval Artillery 6/5/1944; Allies Take Rome, Push Germans North; Rome Citizens Cheer & Sing; Hitler Says Fighting in Italy Will Continue, Part 1 6/5/1944; Allies Take Rome, Push Germans North; Rome Citizens Cheer & Sing; Hitler Says Fighting in Italy Will Continue, Part 2 6/5/1944, British Suspend Shipping Permits in Mediterranean 6/5/1944, Yanks File Past Glories of Rome, Partisans with Red Armbands Screen U.S. Forces from German Harassing Fire, Part 1 6/5/1944, Yanks File Past Glories of Rome, Partisans with Red Armbands Screen U.S. Forces from…

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German Reports

5 June 1944, Kalgoorlie Miner (WA : 1895 - 1950), page 3

…Refuses to Permit It to Print an Australian Edition for U.S. Troops 6/5/1944, General Wilson Explains Allies Are Solely Interested in Destruction of German Forces & Will Safeguard Rome Population 6/5/1944; Chinese Capture of Kaitou, 35 Miles North of Tengchung, Cuts off Hundreds of Japanese from Supply Route 6/5/1944, German News Agency Answering Pope's "Save Rome" Plea Says Germans Have Been Working for Months to Save Rome 6/5/1944, Naples Radio Tells Rome Citizens to Report German Demolition Mines to Allied Patrols 6/5/1944; Allied Planes Fly 2,100 Sorties in Med. Theater, Attack Supply Dumps, Railways, Bridges, & Roads in Central Italy 6/5/1944, German Overseas News Agency Indicates Heavy Fighting in Alban Hills, Allies Supported by Naval Artillery 6/5/1944; Allies Take Rome, Push Germans North; Rome Citizens Cheer & Sing; Hitler Says Fighting in Italy Will Continue, Part 1 6/5/1944; Allies Take Rome, Push Germans North; Rome Citizens Cheer & Sing; Hitler Says Fighting in Italy Will Continue, Part 2 6/5/1944, British Suspend Shipping Permits in Mediterranean 6/5/1944, Yanks File Past Glories of Rome, Partisans with Red Armbands Screen U.S. Forces from German Harassing Fire, Part 1 6/5/1944, Yanks File Past Glories of Rome, Partisans with Red Armbands Screen U.S. Forces from German Harassing Fire, Part 2 U.S. Roadside Camp on Road to Rome, Life-Time Globalization41.…

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Mediterranean Voyages PERMITS CANCELLED

5 June 1944, Kalgoorlie Miner (WA : 1895 - 1950), page 3

…Germans Have Been Working for Months to Save Rome 6/5/1944, Naples Radio Tells Rome Citizens to Report German Demolition Mines to Allied Patrols 6/5/1944; Allied Planes Fly 2,100 Sorties in Med. Theater, Attack Supply Dumps, Railways, Bridges, & Roads in Central Italy 6/5/1944, German Overseas News Agency Indicates Heavy Fighting in Alban Hills, Allies Supported by Naval Artillery 6/5/1944; Allies Take Rome, Push Germans North; Rome Citizens Cheer & Sing; Hitler Says Fighting in Italy Will Continue, Part 1 6/5/1944; Allies Take Rome, Push Germans North; Rome Citizens Cheer & Sing; Hitler Says Fighting in Italy Will Continue, Part 2 6/5/1944, British Suspend Shipping Permits in Mediterranean 6/5/1944, Yanks File Past Glories of Rome, Partisans with Red Armbands Screen U.S. Forces from German Harassing Fire, Part 1 6/5/1944, Yanks File Past Glories of Rome, Partisans with Red Armbands Screen U.S. Forces from German Harassing Fire, Part 2 U.S. Roadside Camp on Road to Rome, Life-Time Globalization41.…

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BOMBERS SWOOP ON RETREATING GERMANS ROADS NORTH OF ROME LINED WITH BLAZING TRUCKS 5th Army Troops Cross Tiber FROM AAP AND OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT LONDON, Monday

6 June 1944, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 1

…June 6 & 7, 1944 Post Number: #4 by Globalization41 on 26 May 2014, 20:16 6/6/1944, Roads North of Rome Lined with Blazing German Trucks as Allied Bombers Strafe Kesselring's Retreating Troops 6/6/1944, Mussolini Says Axis Will Unbroken 6/6/1944, Australian Returning Home on Leave from North Africa Tells of Ship Torpedoing & Sinking in Indian Ocean 6/6/1944, General MacArthur Turns Down Nomination to Run for President to Pursue Liberation of P.I. & Defeat of Japan 6/6/1944, Air Battles over Dutch New Guinea Cost Japs 24 Fighters in Defense of Biak Island 6/6/1944, Communique from MacArthur's Headquarters in New Guinea States Ground Forces Advancing Slowly on Biak 6/6/1944, Tokyo Official Radio Reports Jap Division Landing Near Hollandia & Counterattacking Retreating Americans 6/6/1944, Loaders' Strike in Sydney, in Support of Three Employees Fired for…

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MUSSOLINI SAYS AXIS WILL UNBROKEN LONDON, Monday, AAP

6 June 1944, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 1

…6/6/1944, Roads North of Rome Lined with Blazing German Trucks as Allied Bombers Strafe Kesselring's Retreating Troops 6/6/1944, Mussolini Says Axis Will Unbroken 6/6/1944, Australian Returning Home on Leave from North Africa Tells of Ship Torpedoing & Sinking in Indian Ocean 6/6/1944, General MacArthur Turns Down Nomination to Run for President to Pursue Liberation of P.I. & Defeat of Japan 6/6/1944, Air Battles over Dutch New Guinea Cost Japs 24 Fighters in Defense of Biak Island 6/6/1944, Communique from MacArthur's Headquarters in New Guinea States Ground Forces Advancing Slowly on Biak 6/6/1944, Tokyo Official Radio Reports Jap Division Landing Near Hollandia & Counterattacking Retreating Americans 6/6/1944, Loaders' Strike in Sydney, in Support of Three Employees Fired for Stealing Meat, Will Result in Serious…

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TORPEDOED IN INDIAN OCEAN Swimming with Monster Sharks PERTH OFFICER'S STORY

6 June 1944, Kalgoorlie Miner (WA : 1895 - 1950), page 1

…6/6/1944, Roads North of Rome Lined with Blazing German Trucks as Allied Bombers Strafe Kesselring's Retreating Troops 6/6/1944, Mussolini Says Axis Will Unbroken 6/6/1944, Australian Returning Home on Leave from North Africa Tells of Ship Torpedoing & Sinking in Indian Ocean 6/6/1944, General MacArthur Turns Down Nomination to Run for President to Pursue Liberation of P.I. & Defeat of Japan 6/6/1944, Air Battles over Dutch New Guinea Cost Japs 24 Fighters in Defense of Biak Island 6/6/1944, Communique from MacArthur's Headquarters in New Guinea States Ground Forces Advancing Slowly on Biak 6/6/1944, Tokyo Official Radio Reports Jap Division Landing Near Hollandia & Counterattacking Retreating Americans 6/6/1944, Loaders' Strike in Sydney, in Support of Three Employees Fired for Stealing Meat, Will Result in Serious Meat Shortage 6/6/1944, Strong Forces of U.S. Flying Fortresses, Liberators, & Fighter Escorts Pound German Installations on Channel…

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SOUTH-WEST PACIFIC PROGRESS

6 June 1944, Kalgoorlie Miner (WA : 1895 - 1950), page 2

…6/6/1944, Roads North of Rome Lined with Blazing German Trucks as Allied Bombers Strafe Kesselring's Retreating Troops 6/6/1944, Mussolini Says Axis Will Unbroken 6/6/1944, Australian Returning Home on Leave from North Africa Tells of Ship Torpedoing & Sinking in Indian Ocean 6/6/1944, General MacArthur Turns Down Nomination to Run for President to Pursue Liberation of P.I. & Defeat of Japan 6/6/1944, Air Battles over Dutch New Guinea Cost Japs 24 Fighters in Defense of Biak Island 6/6/1944, Communique from MacArthur's Headquarters in New Guinea States Ground Forces Advancing Slowly on Biak 6/6/1944, Tokyo Official Radio Reports Jap Division Landing Near Hollandia & Counterattacking Retreating Americans 6/6/1944, Loaders' Strike in Sydney, in Support of Three Employees Fired for Stealing Meat, Will Result in Serious Meat Shortage 6/6/1944, Strong Forces of U.S. Flying Fortresses, Liberators, & Fighter Escorts Pound German Installations on Channel Coast 6/6/1944, Rome Taken, Great Allied Victory, First European Capital Liberated 6/6/1944, Moscow Reports Heavy Tank & Artillery Battles…

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BIAK ISLAND BATTLE Enemy's Desperate Bid BITTER FIGHT FOR MOKMER

6 June 1944, Kalgoorlie Miner (WA : 1895 - 1950), page 2

…6/6/1944, Roads North of Rome Lined with Blazing German Trucks as Allied Bombers Strafe Kesselring's Retreating Troops 6/6/1944, Mussolini Says Axis Will Unbroken 6/6/1944, Australian Returning Home on Leave from North Africa Tells of Ship Torpedoing & Sinking in Indian Ocean 6/6/1944, General MacArthur Turns Down Nomination to Run for President to Pursue Liberation of P.I. & Defeat of Japan 6/6/1944, Air Battles over Dutch New Guinea Cost Japs 24 Fighters in Defense of Biak Island 6/6/1944, Communique from MacArthur's Headquarters in New Guinea States Ground Forces Advancing Slowly on Biak 6/6/1944, Tokyo Official Radio Reports Jap Division Landing Near Hollandia & Counterattacking Retreating Americans 6/6/1944, Loaders' Strike in Sydney, in Support of Three Employees Fired for Stealing Meat, Will Result in Serious Meat Shortage 6/6/1944, Strong Forces of U.S. Flying Fortresses, Liberators, & Fighter Escorts Pound German Installations on Channel Coast 6/6/1944, Rome Taken, Great Allied Victory, First European Capital Liberated 6/6/1944, Moscow Reports Heavy Tank & Artillery Battles as German Offensive Swings into Seventh Day Near Jassy, Rumania 6/6/1944, Berlin Radio Says Allied Amphibious…

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G.H.Q. Communique

6 June 1944, Kalgoorlie Miner (WA : 1895 - 1950), page 2

…6/6/1944, Roads North of Rome Lined with Blazing German Trucks as Allied Bombers Strafe Kesselring's Retreating Troops 6/6/1944, Mussolini Says Axis Will Unbroken 6/6/1944, Australian Returning Home on Leave from North Africa Tells of Ship Torpedoing & Sinking in Indian Ocean 6/6/1944, General MacArthur Turns Down Nomination to Run for President to Pursue Liberation of P.I. & Defeat of Japan 6/6/1944, Air Battles over Dutch New Guinea Cost Japs 24 Fighters in Defense of Biak Island 6/6/1944, Communique from MacArthur's Headquarters in New Guinea States Ground Forces Advancing Slowly on Biak 6/6/1944, Tokyo Official Radio Reports Jap Division Landing Near Hollandia & Counterattacking Retreating Americans 6/6/1944, Loaders' Strike in Sydney, in Support of Three Employees Fired for Stealing Meat, Will Result in Serious Meat Shortage 6/6/1944, Strong Forces of U.S. Flying Fortresses, Liberators, & Fighter Escorts Pound German Installations on Channel Coast 6/6/1944, Rome Taken, Great Allied Victory, First European Capital Liberated 6/6/1944, Moscow Reports Heavy Tank & Artillery Battles as German Offensive Swings into Seventh Day Near Jassy, Rumania 6/6/1944, Berlin Radio Says Allied Amphibious Invasion in Progress on Grand Scale, Fierce Fighting Inland with Parachutists 6/6/1944; U.S. Paratroopers, Armed…

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FANTASTIC CLAIMS Japs' Pacific Successes "ALLIES ON DEFENSIVE"

6 June 1944, Kalgoorlie Miner (WA : 1895 - 1950), page 2

…6/6/1944, Roads North of Rome Lined with Blazing German Trucks as Allied Bombers Strafe Kesselring's Retreating Troops 6/6/1944, Mussolini Says Axis Will Unbroken 6/6/1944, Australian Returning Home on Leave from North Africa Tells of Ship Torpedoing & Sinking in Indian Ocean 6/6/1944, General MacArthur Turns Down Nomination to Run for President to Pursue Liberation of P.I. & Defeat of Japan 6/6/1944, Air Battles over Dutch New Guinea Cost Japs 24 Fighters in Defense of Biak Island 6/6/1944, Communique from MacArthur's Headquarters in New Guinea States Ground Forces Advancing Slowly on Biak 6/6/1944, Tokyo Official Radio Reports Jap Division Landing Near Hollandia & Counterattacking Retreating Americans 6/6/1944, Loaders' Strike in Sydney, in Support of Three Employees Fired for Stealing Meat, Will Result in Serious Meat Shortage 6/6/1944, Strong Forces of U.S. Flying Fortresses, Liberators, & Fighter Escorts Pound German Installations on Channel Coast 6/6/1944, Rome Taken, Great Allied Victory, First European Capital Liberated 6/6/1944, Moscow Reports Heavy Tank & Artillery Battles as German Offensive Swings into Seventh Day Near Jassy, Rumania 6/6/1944, Berlin Radio Says Allied Amphibious Invasion in Progress on Grand Scale, Fierce Fighting Inland with Parachutists 6/6/1944; U.S. Paratroopers, Armed with Modern & Primitive Weapons, Landing Behind Hitler's Atlantic Wall 6/6/1944, British, Canadian, &…

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Strike at Abattoirs SYDNEY THREATENED WITH FAMINE

6 June 1944, Kalgoorlie Miner (WA : 1895 - 1950), page 2

…Lined with Blazing German Trucks as Allied Bombers Strafe Kesselring's Retreating Troops 6/6/1944, Mussolini Says Axis Will Unbroken 6/6/1944, Australian Returning Home on Leave from North Africa Tells of Ship Torpedoing & Sinking in Indian Ocean 6/6/1944, General MacArthur Turns Down Nomination to Run for President to Pursue Liberation of P.I. & Defeat of Japan 6/6/1944, Air Battles over Dutch New Guinea Cost Japs 24 Fighters in Defense of Biak Island 6/6/1944, Communique from MacArthur's Headquarters in New Guinea States Ground Forces Advancing Slowly on Biak 6/6/1944, Tokyo Official Radio Reports Jap Division Landing Near Hollandia & Counterattacking Retreating Americans 6/6/1944, Loaders' Strike in Sydney, in Support of Three Employees Fired for Stealing Meat, Will Result in Serious Meat Shortage 6/6/1944, Strong Forces of U.S. Flying Fortresses, Liberators, & Fighter Escorts Pound German Installations on Channel Coast 6/6/1944, Rome Taken, Great Allied Victory, First European Capital Liberated 6/6/1944, Moscow Reports Heavy Tank & Artillery Battles as German Offensive Swings into Seventh Day Near Jassy, Rumania 6/6/1944, Berlin Radio Says Allied Amphibious Invasion in Progress on Grand Scale, Fierce Fighting Inland with Parachutists 6/6/1944; U.S. Paratroopers, Armed with Modern & Primitive Weapons, Landing Behind Hitler's Atlantic Wall 6/6/1944, British, Canadian, & U.S. Troops Landing in Northern France, Greatest Overseas Invasion in History Commences, Part 1 6/6/1944, British, Canadian, & U.S. Troops…

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AIR OFFENSIVE Invasion Coast Pounded TARGETS IN PARIS AREA

6 June 1944, Kalgoorlie Miner (WA : 1895 - 1950), page 3

…Returning Home on Leave from North Africa Tells of Ship Torpedoing & Sinking in Indian Ocean 6/6/1944, General MacArthur Turns Down Nomination to Run for President to Pursue Liberation of P.I. & Defeat of Japan 6/6/1944, Air Battles over Dutch New Guinea Cost Japs 24 Fighters in Defense of Biak Island 6/6/1944, Communique from MacArthur's Headquarters in New Guinea States Ground Forces Advancing Slowly on Biak 6/6/1944, Tokyo Official Radio Reports Jap Division Landing Near Hollandia & Counterattacking Retreating Americans 6/6/1944, Loaders' Strike in Sydney, in Support of Three Employees Fired for Stealing Meat, Will Result in Serious Meat Shortage 6/6/1944, Strong Forces of U.S. Flying Fortresses, Liberators, & Fighter Escorts Pound German Installations on Channel Coast 6/6/1944, Rome Taken, Great Allied Victory, First European Capital Liberated 6/6/1944, Moscow Reports Heavy Tank & Artillery Battles as German Offensive Swings into Seventh Day Near Jassy, Rumania 6/6/1944, Berlin Radio Says Allied Amphibious Invasion in Progress on Grand Scale, Fierce Fighting Inland with Parachutists 6/6/1944; U.S. Paratroopers, Armed with Modern & Primitive Weapons, Landing Behind Hitler's Atlantic Wall 6/6/1944, British, Canadian, & U.S. Troops Landing in Northern France, Greatest Overseas Invasion in History Commences, Part 1 6/6/1944, British, Canadian, & U.S. Troops Landing in Northern France, Greatest Overseas Invasion in History Commences, Part 2 6/6/1944, U.S. Battleships Supporting Allied…

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ROME TAKEN GREAT ALLIED VICTORY FIRST EUROPION CAPITAL LIBERATED CITY OCCUPIED FOUND INTACT FIFTH ARMY ACROSS TIBER IN PURSUIT OF ENEMY

6 June 1944, Kalgoorlie Miner (WA : 1895 - 1950), page 3

…General MacArthur Turns Down Nomination to Run for President to Pursue Liberation of P.I. & Defeat of Japan 6/6/1944, Air Battles over Dutch New Guinea Cost Japs 24 Fighters in Defense of Biak Island 6/6/1944, Communique from MacArthur's Headquarters in New Guinea States Ground Forces Advancing Slowly on Biak 6/6/1944, Tokyo Official Radio Reports Jap Division Landing Near Hollandia & Counterattacking Retreating Americans 6/6/1944, Loaders' Strike in Sydney, in Support of Three Employees Fired for Stealing Meat, Will Result in Serious Meat Shortage 6/6/1944, Strong Forces of U.S. Flying Fortresses, Liberators, & Fighter Escorts Pound German Installations on Channel Coast 6/6/1944, Rome Taken, Great Allied Victory, First European Capital Liberated 6/6/1944, Moscow Reports Heavy Tank & Artillery Battles as German Offensive Swings into Seventh Day Near Jassy, Rumania 6/6/1944, Berlin Radio Says Allied Amphibious Invasion in Progress on Grand Scale, Fierce Fighting Inland with Parachutists 6/6/1944; U.S. Paratroopers, Armed with Modern & Primitive Weapons, Landing Behind Hitler's Atlantic Wall 6/6/1944, British, Canadian, & U.S. Troops Landing in Northern France, Greatest Overseas Invasion in History Commences, Part 1 6/6/1944, British, Canadian, & U.S. Troops Landing in Northern France, Greatest Overseas Invasion in History Commences, Part 2 6/6/1944, U.S. Battleships Supporting Allied Landings in France 6/6/1944, London Gives Weather Report for Dover,…

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RUSSIAN FRONT Big Battle at Jassy SEVENTH DAY OF GERMAN ATTACKS

6 June 1944, Kalgoorlie Miner (WA : 1895 - 1950), page 3

…Pursue Liberation of P.I. & Defeat of Japan 6/6/1944, Air Battles over Dutch New Guinea Cost Japs 24 Fighters in Defense of Biak Island 6/6/1944, Communique from MacArthur's Headquarters in New Guinea States Ground Forces Advancing Slowly on Biak 6/6/1944, Tokyo Official Radio Reports Jap Division Landing Near Hollandia & Counterattacking Retreating Americans 6/6/1944, Loaders' Strike in Sydney, in Support of Three Employees Fired for Stealing Meat, Will Result in Serious Meat Shortage 6/6/1944, Strong Forces of U.S. Flying Fortresses, Liberators, & Fighter Escorts Pound German Installations on Channel Coast 6/6/1944, Rome Taken, Great Allied Victory, First European Capital Liberated 6/6/1944, Moscow Reports Heavy Tank & Artillery Battles as German Offensive Swings into Seventh Day Near Jassy, Rumania 6/6/1944, Berlin Radio Says Allied Amphibious Invasion in Progress on Grand Scale, Fierce Fighting Inland with Parachutists 6/6/1944; U.S. Paratroopers, Armed with Modern & Primitive Weapons, Landing Behind Hitler's Atlantic Wall 6/6/1944, British, Canadian, & U.S. Troops Landing in Northern France, Greatest Overseas Invasion in History Commences, Part 1 6/6/1944, British, Canadian, & U.S. Troops Landing in Northern France, Greatest Overseas Invasion in History Commences, Part 2 6/6/1944, U.S. Battleships Supporting Allied Landings in France 6/6/1944, London Gives Weather Report for Dover, Showers at Daybreak Followed by Heavy Clouds with Sunny Periods 6/6/1944; Four British Parachute Divisions Land in France,…

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INVASION BEGINS WELL MASSED LANDINGS FROM AIR AND ON BEACHES "Tactical Surprise," Says Churchill LONDON, Tuesday, AAP

7 June 1944, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 1

…Primitive Weapons, Landing Behind Hitler's Atlantic Wall 6/6/1944, British, Canadian, & U.S. Troops Landing in Northern France, Greatest Overseas Invasion in History Commences, Part 1 6/6/1944, British, Canadian, & U.S. Troops Landing in Northern France, Greatest Overseas Invasion in History Commences, Part 2 6/6/1944, U.S. Battleships Supporting Allied Landings in France 6/6/1944, London Gives Weather Report for Dover, Showers at Daybreak Followed by Heavy Clouds with Sunny Periods 6/6/1944; Four British Parachute Divisions Land in France, Between Le Havre & Cherbourg 6/6/1944, Eisenhower Issues Order of the Day, Tells Troops They Are Embarking on Great Crusade to Eliminate Nazi Tyranny 6/7/1944, Communique No. 1 Says Allied Naval Forces Escorted by Strong Air Forces Have Begun Landing Allied Armies in France 6/7/1944, British Empire More Progressive than Is Widely Known in America 6/7/1944, Badly Mauled Japanese Air Force Continues to Throw Planes into Fight for Dutch New Guinea 6/7/1944; Second Front Opened in Normandy; First Wave of Men Hit Beach at 7:am, Beginning the Battle for a Beachhead, Part 1 6/7/1944; Second Front Opened in Normandy; First Wave of Men Hit Beach at 7:am, Beginning the Battle for a Beachhead, Part 2 6/7/1944, Germans Report Heavy Fighting in Progress at Le Havre, BBC Says it Was Hell Let Loose When Battleships Opened Up Globalization41.…

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THE BRITISH EMPIRE

7 June 1944, Kalgoorlie Miner (WA : 1895 - 1950), page 2

…in History Commences, Part 1 6/6/1944, British, Canadian, & U.S. Troops Landing in Northern France, Greatest Overseas Invasion in History Commences, Part 2 6/6/1944, U.S. Battleships Supporting Allied Landings in France 6/6/1944, London Gives Weather Report for Dover, Showers at Daybreak Followed by Heavy Clouds with Sunny Periods 6/6/1944; Four British Parachute Divisions Land in France, Between Le Havre & Cherbourg 6/6/1944, Eisenhower Issues Order of the Day, Tells Troops They Are Embarking on Great Crusade to Eliminate Nazi Tyranny 6/7/1944, Communique No. 1 Says Allied Naval Forces Escorted by Strong Air Forces Have Begun Landing Allied Armies in France 6/7/1944, British Empire More Progressive than Is Widely Known in America 6/7/1944, Badly Mauled Japanese Air Force Continues to Throw Planes into Fight for Dutch New Guinea 6/7/1944; Second Front Opened in Normandy; First Wave of Men Hit Beach at 7:am, Beginning the Battle for a Beachhead, Part 1 6/7/1944; Second Front Opened in Normandy; First Wave of Men Hit Beach at 7:am, Beginning the Battle for a Beachhead, Part 2 6/7/1944, Germans Report Heavy Fighting in Progress at Le Havre, BBC Says it Was Hell Let Loose When Battleships Opened Up Globalization41.…

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BIAK ISLAND Jap Fighters Again Mauled BOMB HITS ON TWO DESTROYERS

7 June 1944, Kalgoorlie Miner (WA : 1895 - 1950), page 2

…Landing in Northern France, Greatest Overseas Invasion in History Commences, Part 2 6/6/1944, U.S. Battleships Supporting Allied Landings in France 6/6/1944, London Gives Weather Report for Dover, Showers at Daybreak Followed by Heavy Clouds with Sunny Periods 6/6/1944; Four British Parachute Divisions Land in France, Between Le Havre & Cherbourg 6/6/1944, Eisenhower Issues Order of the Day, Tells Troops They Are Embarking on Great Crusade to Eliminate Nazi Tyranny 6/7/1944, Communique No. 1 Says Allied Naval Forces Escorted by Strong Air Forces Have Begun Landing Allied Armies in France 6/7/1944, British Empire More Progressive than Is Widely Known in America 6/7/1944, Badly Mauled Japanese Air Force Continues to Throw Planes into Fight for Dutch New Guinea 6/7/1944; Second Front Opened in Normandy; First Wave of Men Hit Beach at 7:am, Beginning the Battle for a Beachhead, Part 1 6/7/1944; Second Front Opened in Normandy; First Wave of Men Hit Beach at 7:am, Beginning the Battle for a Beachhead, Part 2 6/7/1944, Germans Report Heavy Fighting in Progress at Le Havre, BBC Says it Was Hell Let Loose When Battleships Opened Up Globalization41.…

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SECOND FRONT ARMIES IN FRANCE Allied Troops Land at Le Havre: US Parachutists in Normandy

7 June 1944, Army News (Darwin, NT : 1941 - 1946), page 1

…Allied Landings in France 6/6/1944, London Gives Weather Report for Dover, Showers at Daybreak Followed by Heavy Clouds with Sunny Periods 6/6/1944; Four British Parachute Divisions Land in France, Between Le Havre & Cherbourg 6/6/1944, Eisenhower Issues Order of the Day, Tells Troops They Are Embarking on Great Crusade to Eliminate Nazi Tyranny 6/7/1944, Communique No. 1 Says Allied Naval Forces Escorted by Strong Air Forces Have Begun Landing Allied Armies in France 6/7/1944, British Empire More Progressive than Is Widely Known in America 6/7/1944, Badly Mauled Japanese Air Force Continues to Throw Planes into Fight for Dutch New Guinea 6/7/1944; Second Front Opened in Normandy; First Wave of Men Hit Beach at 7:am, Beginning the Battle for a Beachhead, Part 1 6/7/1944; Second Front Opened in Normandy; First Wave of Men Hit Beach at 7:am, Beginning the Battle for a Beachhead, Part 2 6/7/1944, Germans Report Heavy Fighting in Progress at Le Havre, BBC Says it Was Hell Let Loose When Battleships Opened Up Globalization41.…

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SECOND FRONT ARMIES IN FRANCE (CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE)

7 June 1944, Army News (Darwin, NT : 1941 - 1946), page 4

…Four British Parachute Divisions Land in France, Between Le Havre & Cherbourg 6/6/1944, Eisenhower Issues Order of the Day, Tells Troops They Are Embarking on Great Crusade to Eliminate Nazi Tyranny 6/7/1944, Communique No. 1 Says Allied Naval Forces Escorted by Strong Air Forces Have Begun Landing Allied Armies in France 6/7/1944, British Empire More Progressive than Is Widely Known in America 6/7/1944, Badly Mauled Japanese Air Force Continues to Throw Planes into Fight for Dutch New Guinea 6/7/1944; Second Front Opened in Normandy; First Wave of Men Hit Beach at 7:am, Beginning the Battle for a Beachhead, Part 1 6/7/1944; Second Front Opened in Normandy; First Wave of Men Hit Beach at 7:am, Beginning the Battle for a Beachhead, Part 2 6/7/1944, Germans Report Heavy Fighting in Progress at Le Havre, BBC Says it Was Hell Let Loose When Battleships Opened Up Globalization41.…

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Late News Heavy Fighting at Le Havre

7 June 1944, Army News (Darwin, NT : 1941 - 1946), page 1

…Are Embarking on Great Crusade to Eliminate Nazi Tyranny 6/7/1944, Communique No. 1 Says Allied Naval Forces Escorted by Strong Air Forces Have Begun Landing Allied Armies in France 6/7/1944, British Empire More Progressive than Is Widely Known in America 6/7/1944, Badly Mauled Japanese Air Force Continues to Throw Planes into Fight for Dutch New Guinea 6/7/1944; Second Front Opened in Normandy; First Wave of Men Hit Beach at 7:am, Beginning the Battle for a Beachhead, Part 1 6/7/1944; Second Front Opened in Normandy; First Wave of Men Hit Beach at 7:am, Beginning the Battle for a Beachhead, Part 2 6/7/1944, Germans Report Heavy Fighting in Progress at Le Havre, BBC Says it Was Hell Let Loose When Battleships Opened Up Globalization41.…

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Strong Air Support COMMUNICATIONS POUNDED

7 June 1944, Kalgoorlie Miner (WA : 1895 - 1950), page 2

…6/7/1944, Allies Seize Footholds in Normandy, Eisenhower Confirms Success of Initial Operations 6/7/1944, Allies Fly 2,400 Sorties in Italy, Blasting Bridges, Ammo Dumps, Motor Transport, Railways, Aerodromes, Etc. 6/7/1944, Royal Navy Provides Bulk of Warships Escorting Invasion Armada, Several U.S. Battleships Engaged 6/7/1944, Allied Tank Recon Cars Operating in Dunes Near Bayeux, Beaches of Trouville & Deauville Scenes of Bloody Combat 6/7/1944, Two Jap Troop Barges Destroyed by Low-Level Air Attacks at Noemfoor Island, Allied Ground Forces Advance on Biak Google Satellite Map, Noemfoor Island Google Satellite Map, Biak Island 6/7/1944, First News of Invasion Received at 3:pm in Australia from German Overseas News Agency 6/7/1944, German Commentator Von Hammer Reports Red Army Taking Action Stations, Offensive Expected on Lower Dniester 6/7/1944, Tanks, Guns, Trucks, & Equipment Now…

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Naval Strength Ratios

7 June 1944, Army News (Darwin, NT : 1941 - 1946), page 1

…6/7/1944, Allies Seize Footholds in Normandy, Eisenhower Confirms Success of Initial Operations 6/7/1944, Allies Fly 2,400 Sorties in Italy, Blasting Bridges, Ammo Dumps, Motor Transport, Railways, Aerodromes, Etc. 6/7/1944, Royal Navy Provides Bulk of Warships Escorting Invasion Armada, Several U.S. Battleships Engaged 6/7/1944, Allied Tank Recon Cars Operating in Dunes Near Bayeux, Beaches of Trouville & Deauville Scenes of Bloody Combat 6/7/1944, Two Jap Troop Barges Destroyed by Low-Level Air Attacks at Noemfoor Island, Allied Ground Forces Advance on Biak Google Satellite Map, Noemfoor Island Google Satellite Map, Biak Island 6/7/1944, First News of Invasion Received at 3:pm in Australia from German Overseas News Agency 6/7/1944, German Commentator Von Hammer Reports Red Army Taking Action Stations, Offensive Expected on Lower Dniester 6/7/1944, Tanks, Guns, Trucks, & Equipment Now Pouring Ashore, 350 Marauders Give Air Cover to Invading Forces Photo, Martin B-26 Marauder,…

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G.H.Q. Communique

7 June 1944, Kalgoorlie Miner (WA : 1895 - 1950), page 2

…6/7/1944, Allies Seize Footholds in Normandy, Eisenhower Confirms Success of Initial Operations 6/7/1944, Allies Fly 2,400 Sorties in Italy, Blasting Bridges, Ammo Dumps, Motor Transport, Railways, Aerodromes, Etc. 6/7/1944, Royal Navy Provides Bulk of Warships Escorting Invasion Armada, Several U.S. Battleships Engaged 6/7/1944, Allied Tank Recon Cars Operating in Dunes Near Bayeux, Beaches of Trouville & Deauville Scenes of Bloody Combat 6/7/1944, Two Jap Troop Barges Destroyed by Low-Level Air Attacks at Noemfoor Island, Allied Ground Forces Advance on Biak Google Satellite Map, Noemfoor Island Google Satellite Map, Biak Island 6/7/1944, First News of Invasion Received at 3:pm in Australia from German Overseas News Agency 6/7/1944, German Commentator Von Hammer Reports Red Army Taking Action Stations, Offensive Expected on Lower Dniester 6/7/1944, Tanks, Guns, Trucks, & Equipment Now Pouring Ashore, 350 Marauders Give Air Cover to Invading Forces Photo, Martin B-26 Marauder, Frontal View Photo, Martin B-26 Marauder, Side View 6/7/1944, U.S. Fighter Pilots Report Allied Infantry Scrambling Ashore on French Coast, Huge Fleet Bombards German Positions 6/7/1944; British Government Unable to Obtain Information on POWs & Civilians in Japanese…

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"DUNKIRK IN REVERSE"

7 June 1944, Army News (Darwin, NT : 1941 - 1946), page 1

…6/7/1944, Allies Seize Footholds in Normandy, Eisenhower Confirms Success of Initial Operations 6/7/1944, Allies Fly 2,400 Sorties in Italy, Blasting Bridges, Ammo Dumps, Motor Transport, Railways, Aerodromes, Etc. 6/7/1944, Royal Navy Provides Bulk of Warships Escorting Invasion Armada, Several U.S. Battleships Engaged 6/7/1944, Allied Tank Recon Cars Operating in Dunes Near Bayeux, Beaches of Trouville & Deauville Scenes of Bloody Combat 6/7/1944, Two Jap Troop Barges Destroyed by Low-Level Air Attacks at Noemfoor Island, Allied Ground Forces Advance on Biak Google Satellite Map, Noemfoor Island Google Satellite Map, Biak Island 6/7/1944, First News of Invasion Received at 3:pm in Australia from German Overseas News Agency 6/7/1944, German Commentator Von Hammer Reports Red Army Taking Action Stations, Offensive Expected on Lower Dniester 6/7/1944, Tanks, Guns, Trucks, & Equipment Now Pouring Ashore, 350 Marauders Give Air Cover to Invading Forces Photo, Martin B-26 Marauder, Frontal View Photo, Martin B-26 Marauder, Side View 6/7/1944, U.S. Fighter Pilots Report Allied Infantry Scrambling Ashore on French Coast, Huge Fleet Bombards German Positions 6/7/1944; British Government Unable to Obtain Information on POWs & Civilians in Japanese Hands, Will Wait Till After War 6/7/1944, Fighter Wings Ready to Deploy Once Army Establishes Continental Beachhead 6/7/1944, Portugal Boots British Press Attaché Stationed at…

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STOP PRESS

7 June 1944, Army News (Darwin, NT : 1941 - 1946), page 1

…Ammo Dumps, Motor Transport, Railways, Aerodromes, Etc. 6/7/1944, Royal Navy Provides Bulk of Warships Escorting Invasion Armada, Several U.S. Battleships Engaged 6/7/1944, Allied Tank Recon Cars Operating in Dunes Near Bayeux, Beaches of Trouville & Deauville Scenes of Bloody Combat 6/7/1944, Two Jap Troop Barges Destroyed by Low-Level Air Attacks at Noemfoor Island, Allied Ground Forces Advance on Biak Google Satellite Map, Noemfoor Island Google Satellite Map, Biak Island 6/7/1944, First News of Invasion Received at 3:pm in Australia from German Overseas News Agency 6/7/1944, German Commentator Von Hammer Reports Red Army Taking Action Stations, Offensive Expected on Lower Dniester 6/7/1944, Tanks, Guns, Trucks, & Equipment Now Pouring Ashore, 350 Marauders Give Air Cover to Invading Forces Photo, Martin B-26 Marauder, Frontal View Photo, Martin B-26 Marauder, Side View 6/7/1944, U.S. Fighter Pilots Report Allied Infantry Scrambling Ashore on French Coast, Huge Fleet Bombards German Positions 6/7/1944; British Government Unable to Obtain Information on POWs & Civilians in Japanese Hands, Will Wait Till After War 6/7/1944, Fighter Wings Ready to Deploy Once Army Establishes Continental Beachhead 6/7/1944, Portugal Boots British Press Attaché Stationed at Lisbon Embassy 6/7/1944, Germans Wipe Out Many of Parachute Formations, Engage in Fierce Fighting with Allied Units Landed by Sea Near Caen 6/7/1944, German Boats Torpedo Landing Craft, Tightly Packed Allied Vessels Suffer…

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ALLIES INVADE EUROPE LANDINGS IN FRANCE PARATROOPS AT MANY POINTS FROM CHERBOURG TO LE HAVRE INFANTRY ESTABLISH BEACHHEADS STRONG NAVAL AND AIR SUPPORT

7 June 1944, Kalgoorlie Miner (WA : 1895 - 1950), page 3

…Near Bayeux, Beaches of Trouville & Deauville Scenes of Bloody Combat 6/7/1944, Two Jap Troop Barges Destroyed by Low-Level Air Attacks at Noemfoor Island, Allied Ground Forces Advance on Biak Google Satellite Map, Noemfoor Island Google Satellite Map, Biak Island 6/7/1944, First News of Invasion Received at 3:pm in Australia from German Overseas News Agency 6/7/1944, German Commentator Von Hammer Reports Red Army Taking Action Stations, Offensive Expected on Lower Dniester 6/7/1944, Tanks, Guns, Trucks, & Equipment Now Pouring Ashore, 350 Marauders Give Air Cover to Invading Forces Photo, Martin B-26 Marauder, Frontal View Photo, Martin B-26 Marauder, Side View 6/7/1944, U.S. Fighter Pilots Report Allied Infantry Scrambling Ashore on French Coast, Huge Fleet Bombards German Positions 6/7/1944; British Government Unable to Obtain Information on POWs & Civilians in Japanese Hands, Will Wait Till After War 6/7/1944, Fighter Wings Ready to Deploy Once Army Establishes Continental Beachhead 6/7/1944, Portugal Boots British Press Attaché Stationed at Lisbon Embassy 6/7/1944, Germans Wipe Out Many of Parachute Formations, Engage in Fierce Fighting with Allied Units Landed by Sea Near Caen 6/7/1944, German Boats Torpedo Landing Craft, Tightly Packed Allied Vessels Suffer Heavy Losses 6/7/1944, Allied Expeditionary Forces Establishing Beachheads on Northern France & Slashing Inland 6/7/1944, General Montgomery in Command of British, Canadian, & U.S. Army Group Carrying Out Invasion…

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BRITISH PRISONERS HELD BY JAPS

7 June 1944, Army News (Darwin, NT : 1941 - 1946), page 1

…by Low-Level Air Attacks at Noemfoor Island, Allied Ground Forces Advance on Biak Google Satellite Map, Noemfoor Island Google Satellite Map, Biak Island 6/7/1944, First News of Invasion Received at 3:pm in Australia from German Overseas News Agency 6/7/1944, German Commentator Von Hammer Reports Red Army Taking Action Stations, Offensive Expected on Lower Dniester 6/7/1944, Tanks, Guns, Trucks, & Equipment Now Pouring Ashore, 350 Marauders Give Air Cover to Invading Forces Photo, Martin B-26 Marauder, Frontal View Photo, Martin B-26 Marauder, Side View 6/7/1944, U.S. Fighter Pilots Report Allied Infantry Scrambling Ashore on French Coast, Huge Fleet Bombards German Positions 6/7/1944; British Government Unable to Obtain Information on POWs & Civilians in Japanese Hands, Will Wait Till After War 6/7/1944, Fighter Wings Ready to Deploy Once Army Establishes Continental Beachhead 6/7/1944, Portugal Boots British Press Attaché Stationed at Lisbon Embassy 6/7/1944, Germans Wipe Out Many of Parachute Formations, Engage in Fierce Fighting with Allied Units Landed by Sea Near Caen 6/7/1944, German Boats Torpedo Landing Craft, Tightly Packed Allied Vessels Suffer Heavy Losses 6/7/1944, Allied Expeditionary Forces Establishing Beachheads on Northern France & Slashing Inland 6/7/1944, General Montgomery in Command of British, Canadian, & U.S. Army Group Carrying Out Invasion 6/7/1944, German Divisions Believed Thin on the Ground in Coastal Areas, Air Power Hopes to Slow Reserves Moving from…

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FIGHTER WINGS OF SECOND TACTICAL AIR FORCE TO MAKE SWIFT MOVE

7 June 1944, Army News (Darwin, NT : 1941 - 1946), page 3

…Satellite Map, Biak Island 6/7/1944, First News of Invasion Received at 3:pm in Australia from German Overseas News Agency 6/7/1944, German Commentator Von Hammer Reports Red Army Taking Action Stations, Offensive Expected on Lower Dniester 6/7/1944, Tanks, Guns, Trucks, & Equipment Now Pouring Ashore, 350 Marauders Give Air Cover to Invading Forces Photo, Martin B-26 Marauder, Frontal View Photo, Martin B-26 Marauder, Side View 6/7/1944, U.S. Fighter Pilots Report Allied Infantry Scrambling Ashore on French Coast, Huge Fleet Bombards German Positions 6/7/1944; British Government Unable to Obtain Information on POWs & Civilians in Japanese Hands, Will Wait Till After War 6/7/1944, Fighter Wings Ready to Deploy Once Army Establishes Continental Beachhead 6/7/1944, Portugal Boots British Press Attaché Stationed at Lisbon Embassy 6/7/1944, Germans Wipe Out Many of Parachute Formations, Engage in Fierce Fighting with Allied Units Landed by Sea Near Caen 6/7/1944, German Boats Torpedo Landing Craft, Tightly Packed Allied Vessels Suffer Heavy Losses 6/7/1944, Allied Expeditionary Forces Establishing Beachheads on Northern France & Slashing Inland 6/7/1944, General Montgomery in Command of British, Canadian, & U.S. Army Group Carrying Out Invasion 6/7/1944, German Divisions Believed Thin on the Ground in Coastal Areas, Air Power Hopes to Slow Reserves Moving from Inland 6/7/1944, Germans Believe Allies Have Penetrated Three Miles Inland at…

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Official in Border "Incident"

7 June 1944, Army News (Darwin, NT : 1941 - 1946), page 3

…3:pm in Australia from German Overseas News Agency 6/7/1944, German Commentator Von Hammer Reports Red Army Taking Action Stations, Offensive Expected on Lower Dniester 6/7/1944, Tanks, Guns, Trucks, & Equipment Now Pouring Ashore, 350 Marauders Give Air Cover to Invading Forces Photo, Martin B-26 Marauder, Frontal View Photo, Martin B-26 Marauder, Side View 6/7/1944, U.S. Fighter Pilots Report Allied Infantry Scrambling Ashore on French Coast, Huge Fleet Bombards German Positions 6/7/1944; British Government Unable to Obtain Information on POWs & Civilians in Japanese Hands, Will Wait Till After War 6/7/1944, Fighter Wings Ready to Deploy Once Army Establishes Continental Beachhead 6/7/1944, Portugal Boots British Press Attaché Stationed at Lisbon Embassy 6/7/1944, Germans Wipe Out Many of Parachute Formations, Engage in Fierce Fighting with Allied Units Landed by Sea Near Caen 6/7/1944, German Boats Torpedo Landing Craft, Tightly Packed Allied Vessels Suffer Heavy Losses 6/7/1944, Allied Expeditionary Forces Establishing Beachheads on Northern France & Slashing Inland 6/7/1944, General Montgomery in Command of British, Canadian, & U.S. Army Group Carrying Out Invasion 6/7/1944, German Divisions Believed Thin on the Ground in Coastal Areas, Air Power Hopes to Slow Reserves Moving from Inland 6/7/1944, Germans Believe Allies Have Penetrated Three Miles Inland at Some Points Globalization41.…

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ALLIED ATTACK Landing Operations FRENCH COAST INVADED

7 June 1944, Kalgoorlie Miner (WA : 1895 - 1950), page 3

…Commentator Von Hammer Reports Red Army Taking Action Stations, Offensive Expected on Lower Dniester 6/7/1944, Tanks, Guns, Trucks, & Equipment Now Pouring Ashore, 350 Marauders Give Air Cover to Invading Forces Photo, Martin B-26 Marauder, Frontal View Photo, Martin B-26 Marauder, Side View 6/7/1944, U.S. Fighter Pilots Report Allied Infantry Scrambling Ashore on French Coast, Huge Fleet Bombards German Positions 6/7/1944; British Government Unable to Obtain Information on POWs & Civilians in Japanese Hands, Will Wait Till After War 6/7/1944, Fighter Wings Ready to Deploy Once Army Establishes Continental Beachhead 6/7/1944, Portugal Boots British Press Attaché Stationed at Lisbon Embassy 6/7/1944, Germans Wipe Out Many of Parachute Formations, Engage in Fierce Fighting with Allied Units Landed by Sea Near Caen 6/7/1944, German Boats Torpedo Landing Craft, Tightly Packed Allied Vessels Suffer Heavy Losses 6/7/1944, Allied Expeditionary Forces Establishing Beachheads on Northern France & Slashing Inland 6/7/1944, General Montgomery in Command of British, Canadian, & U.S. Army Group Carrying Out Invasion 6/7/1944, German Divisions Believed Thin on the Ground in Coastal Areas, Air Power Hopes to Slow Reserves Moving from Inland 6/7/1944, Germans Believe Allies Have Penetrated Three Miles Inland at Some Points Globalization41.…

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German Description FIRST DETAILED ACCOUNT NAZI OPPOSITION

7 June 1944, Kalgoorlie Miner (WA : 1895 - 1950), page 3

…Now Pouring Ashore, 350 Marauders Give Air Cover to Invading Forces Photo, Martin B-26 Marauder, Frontal View Photo, Martin B-26 Marauder, Side View 6/7/1944, U.S. Fighter Pilots Report Allied Infantry Scrambling Ashore on French Coast, Huge Fleet Bombards German Positions 6/7/1944; British Government Unable to Obtain Information on POWs & Civilians in Japanese Hands, Will Wait Till After War 6/7/1944, Fighter Wings Ready to Deploy Once Army Establishes Continental Beachhead 6/7/1944, Portugal Boots British Press Attaché Stationed at Lisbon Embassy 6/7/1944, Germans Wipe Out Many of Parachute Formations, Engage in Fierce Fighting with Allied Units Landed by Sea Near Caen 6/7/1944, German Boats Torpedo Landing Craft, Tightly Packed Allied Vessels Suffer Heavy Losses 6/7/1944, Allied Expeditionary Forces Establishing Beachheads on Northern France & Slashing Inland 6/7/1944, General Montgomery in Command of British, Canadian, & U.S. Army Group Carrying Out Invasion 6/7/1944, German Divisions Believed Thin on the Ground in Coastal Areas, Air Power Hopes to Slow Reserves Moving from Inland 6/7/1944, Germans Believe Allies Have Penetrated Three Miles Inland at Some Points Globalization41.…

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Beachheads in France ALLIES PUSHING INLAND

7 June 1944, Kalgoorlie Miner (WA : 1895 - 1950), page 3

…B-26 Marauder, Frontal View Photo, Martin B-26 Marauder, Side View 6/7/1944, U.S. Fighter Pilots Report Allied Infantry Scrambling Ashore on French Coast, Huge Fleet Bombards German Positions 6/7/1944; British Government Unable to Obtain Information on POWs & Civilians in Japanese Hands, Will Wait Till After War 6/7/1944, Fighter Wings Ready to Deploy Once Army Establishes Continental Beachhead 6/7/1944, Portugal Boots British Press Attaché Stationed at Lisbon Embassy 6/7/1944, Germans Wipe Out Many of Parachute Formations, Engage in Fierce Fighting with Allied Units Landed by Sea Near Caen 6/7/1944, German Boats Torpedo Landing Craft, Tightly Packed Allied Vessels Suffer Heavy Losses 6/7/1944, Allied Expeditionary Forces Establishing Beachheads on Northern France & Slashing Inland 6/7/1944, General Montgomery in Command of British, Canadian, & U.S. Army Group Carrying Out Invasion 6/7/1944, German Divisions Believed Thin on the Ground in Coastal Areas, Air Power Hopes to Slow Reserves Moving from Inland 6/7/1944, Germans Believe Allies Have Penetrated Three Miles Inland at Some Points Globalization41.…

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MONTGOMERY IN COMMAND

7 June 1944, Kalgoorlie Miner (WA : 1895 - 1950), page 3

…Fighter Pilots Report Allied Infantry Scrambling Ashore on French Coast, Huge Fleet Bombards German Positions 6/7/1944; British Government Unable to Obtain Information on POWs & Civilians in Japanese Hands, Will Wait Till After War 6/7/1944, Fighter Wings Ready to Deploy Once Army Establishes Continental Beachhead 6/7/1944, Portugal Boots British Press Attaché Stationed at Lisbon Embassy 6/7/1944, Germans Wipe Out Many of Parachute Formations, Engage in Fierce Fighting with Allied Units Landed by Sea Near Caen 6/7/1944, German Boats Torpedo Landing Craft, Tightly Packed Allied Vessels Suffer Heavy Losses 6/7/1944, Allied Expeditionary Forces Establishing Beachheads on Northern France & Slashing Inland 6/7/1944, General Montgomery in Command of British, Canadian, & U.S. Army Group Carrying Out Invasion 6/7/1944, German Divisions Believed Thin on the Ground in Coastal Areas, Air Power Hopes to Slow Reserves Moving from Inland 6/7/1944, Germans Believe Allies Have Penetrated Three Miles Inland at Some Points Globalization41.…

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First Reports A GOOD START

7 June 1944, Kalgoorlie Miner (WA : 1895 - 1950), page 3

…6/7/1944; British Government Unable to Obtain Information on POWs & Civilians in Japanese Hands, Will Wait Till After War 6/7/1944, Fighter Wings Ready to Deploy Once Army Establishes Continental Beachhead 6/7/1944, Portugal Boots British Press Attaché Stationed at Lisbon Embassy 6/7/1944, Germans Wipe Out Many of Parachute Formations, Engage in Fierce Fighting with Allied Units Landed by Sea Near Caen 6/7/1944, German Boats Torpedo Landing Craft, Tightly Packed Allied Vessels Suffer Heavy Losses 6/7/1944, Allied Expeditionary Forces Establishing Beachheads on Northern France & Slashing Inland 6/7/1944, General Montgomery in Command of British, Canadian, & U.S. Army Group Carrying Out Invasion 6/7/1944, German Divisions Believed Thin on the Ground in Coastal Areas, Air Power Hopes to Slow Reserves Moving from Inland 6/7/1944, Germans Believe Allies Have Penetrated Three Miles Inland at Some Points Globalization41.…

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Allied Progress ADVANCE OF THREE MILES

7 June 1944, Kalgoorlie Miner (WA : 1895 - 1950), page 3

…Fighter Wings Ready to Deploy Once Army Establishes Continental Beachhead 6/7/1944, Portugal Boots British Press Attaché Stationed at Lisbon Embassy 6/7/1944, Germans Wipe Out Many of Parachute Formations, Engage in Fierce Fighting with Allied Units Landed by Sea Near Caen 6/7/1944, German Boats Torpedo Landing Craft, Tightly Packed Allied Vessels Suffer Heavy Losses 6/7/1944, Allied Expeditionary Forces Establishing Beachheads on Northern France & Slashing Inland 6/7/1944, General Montgomery in Command of British, Canadian, & U.S. Army Group Carrying Out Invasion 6/7/1944, German Divisions Believed Thin on the Ground in Coastal Areas, Air Power Hopes to Slow Reserves Moving from Inland 6/7/1944, Germans Believe Allies Have Penetrated Three Miles Inland at Some Points Globalization41.…

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Airborne Divisions AT LEAST FOUR IN ACTION

7 June 1944, Kalgoorlie Miner (WA : 1895 - 1950), page 3

…June 7, 1944 Post Number: #6 by Globalization41 on 04 Jun 2014, 04:30 6/7/1944, Germans Say Landing Craft Laden with Tanks & Troops Attempting to Evade Withering Shore Fire Near Cherbourg 6/7/1944, Hitler Taking Personal Command of Anti-Invasion Operations, Moscow Citizens Throng Loudspeakers as News Spreads 6/7/1944, First Wave of Assault Troops Fan Out on Beaches, Warships & Bombers Blast Germans, Sea of Flame on Beaches 6/7/1944, Lancaster Crew Fights Fire & Exploding Ammunition to Make Emergency Landing 6/7/1944, U.S. Bombers Begin Launching Missions from Russian Shuttle Bases 6/7/1944, F.D.R. Prays for Liberation of Europe Over all Radio Networks While U.S. Soldiers Storm Shores of France 6/7/1944, General Eisenhower Informally Visits Paratroopers Loaded with Equipment Marching to Their Planes 6/7/1944, Swedes Reporting from Germany Say Allies Have Landed at 12 Points…

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GOT BACK ON NERVE

7 June 1944, Army News (Darwin, NT : 1941 - 1946), page 3

…6/7/1944, Germans Say Landing Craft Laden with Tanks & Troops Attempting to Evade Withering Shore Fire Near Cherbourg 6/7/1944, Hitler Taking Personal Command of Anti-Invasion Operations, Moscow Citizens Throng Loudspeakers as News Spreads 6/7/1944, First Wave of Assault Troops Fan Out on Beaches, Warships & Bombers Blast Germans, Sea of Flame on Beaches 6/7/1944, Lancaster Crew Fights Fire & Exploding Ammunition to Make Emergency Landing 6/7/1944, U.S. Bombers Begin Launching Missions from Russian Shuttle Bases 6/7/1944, F.D.R. Prays for Liberation of Europe Over all Radio Networks While U.S. Soldiers Storm Shores of France 6/7/1944, General Eisenhower Informally Visits Paratroopers Loaded with Equipment Marching to Their Planes 6/7/1944, Swedes Reporting from Germany Say Allies Have Landed at 12 Points with Central Assault Directed at Caen 6/7/1944, First Returning Reconnaissance Pilots Report Germans Returning Strong Fire but Unable to Stop Landings Globalization41.…

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Paratroops Take Off EISENHOWER'S GOOD WISHES

7 June 1944, Kalgoorlie Miner (WA : 1895 - 1950), page 3

…6/7/1944, Germans Say Landing Craft Laden with Tanks & Troops Attempting to Evade Withering Shore Fire Near Cherbourg 6/7/1944, Hitler Taking Personal Command of Anti-Invasion Operations, Moscow Citizens Throng Loudspeakers as News Spreads 6/7/1944, First Wave of Assault Troops Fan Out on Beaches, Warships & Bombers Blast Germans, Sea of Flame on Beaches 6/7/1944, Lancaster Crew Fights Fire & Exploding Ammunition to Make Emergency Landing 6/7/1944, U.S. Bombers Begin Launching Missions from Russian Shuttle Bases 6/7/1944, F.D.R. Prays for Liberation of Europe Over all Radio Networks While U.S. Soldiers Storm Shores of France 6/7/1944, General Eisenhower Informally Visits Paratroopers Loaded with Equipment Marching to Their Planes 6/7/1944, Swedes Reporting from Germany Say Allies Have Landed at 12 Points with Central Assault Directed at Caen 6/7/1944, First Returning Reconnaissance Pilots Report Germans Returning Strong Fire but Unable to Stop Landings Globalization41.…

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Last Minute Messages "CHANNEL ISLANDS CAPTURED" NEW YORK, Tuesday, AAP

7 June 1944, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 1

…June 7, 1944 Post Number: #7 by Globalization41 on 05 Jun 2014, 04:25 6/7/1944, Allies Capture Channel Islands of Jersey & Guernsey, Berlin Reports Fresh Landings & Heavy Tanks Put Ashore by Allies 6/7/1944; Vitaly Popov, 21-Year-Old Soviet Air Ace with 82 German Planes Destroyed, Awarded Title of Hero of Soviet Union 6/7/1944, Allied Army of Liberation Begins Invasion of Occupied Europe 6/7/1944; Allies Storming Beaches of Northern France & Surging Inland; Vehicles, Guns, & Equipment Crowding Beaches Photo, Allies Consolidating Beachhead 6/7/1944, Few POWs After Fall of Rome Indicates German Commander Kesselring Disengaged for Better Defensive Positioning 6/7/1944, N.B.C. Says Allies Seizing Beachheads with Objective of Cutting off Normandy Peninsula 6/7/1944, Logistics of Seaborne Invasions 6/7/1944, Battered Germans Falling Back in Italy, No Sign of Germans Pulling out of Adriatic Area 6/7/1944,…

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Soviet Ace has 82 Victims

7 June 1944, Army News (Darwin, NT : 1941 - 1946), page 3

…6/7/1944, Allies Capture Channel Islands of Jersey & Guernsey, Berlin Reports Fresh Landings & Heavy Tanks Put Ashore by Allies 6/7/1944; Vitaly Popov, 21-Year-Old Soviet Air Ace with 82 German Planes Destroyed, Awarded Title of Hero of Soviet Union 6/7/1944, Allied Army of Liberation Begins Invasion of Occupied Europe 6/7/1944; Allies Storming Beaches of Northern France & Surging Inland; Vehicles, Guns, & Equipment Crowding Beaches Photo, Allies Consolidating Beachhead 6/7/1944, Few POWs After Fall of Rome Indicates German Commander Kesselring Disengaged for Better Defensive Positioning 6/7/1944, N.B.C. Says Allies Seizing Beachheads with Objective of Cutting off Normandy Peninsula 6/7/1944, Logistics of Seaborne Invasions 6/7/1944, Battered Germans Falling Back in Italy, No Sign of Germans Pulling out of Adriatic Area 6/7/1944, Allied Invasion Planners Draw from Experiences of North Africa, Dieppe, Sicily, Salerno, & Anzio 6/7/1944; Japs Lose More Planes…

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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7, 1944 THE DAWN OF HOPE

7 June 1944, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 2

…6/7/1944, Allies Capture Channel Islands of Jersey & Guernsey, Berlin Reports Fresh Landings & Heavy Tanks Put Ashore by Allies 6/7/1944; Vitaly Popov, 21-Year-Old Soviet Air Ace with 82 German Planes Destroyed, Awarded Title of Hero of Soviet Union 6/7/1944, Allied Army of Liberation Begins Invasion of Occupied Europe 6/7/1944; Allies Storming Beaches of Northern France & Surging Inland; Vehicles, Guns, & Equipment Crowding Beaches Photo, Allies Consolidating Beachhead 6/7/1944, Few POWs After Fall of Rome Indicates German Commander Kesselring Disengaged for Better Defensive Positioning 6/7/1944, N.B.C. Says Allies Seizing Beachheads with Objective of Cutting off Normandy Peninsula 6/7/1944, Logistics of Seaborne Invasions 6/7/1944, Battered Germans Falling Back in Italy, No Sign of Germans Pulling out of Adriatic Area 6/7/1944, Allied Invasion Planners Draw from Experiences of North Africa, Dieppe, Sicily, Salerno, & Anzio 6/7/1944; Japs Lose More Planes & Ships Near Biak; Germans Throwing in Heavy Tiger Tanks…

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NEXT MOVES IN FIGHT FOR ITALY Prospects Analysed LONDON, Tuesday

7 June 1944, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 2

…6/7/1944, Allies Capture Channel Islands of Jersey & Guernsey, Berlin Reports Fresh Landings & Heavy Tanks Put Ashore by Allies 6/7/1944; Vitaly Popov, 21-Year-Old Soviet Air Ace with 82 German Planes Destroyed, Awarded Title of Hero of Soviet Union 6/7/1944, Allied Army of Liberation Begins Invasion of Occupied Europe 6/7/1944; Allies Storming Beaches of Northern France & Surging Inland; Vehicles, Guns, & Equipment Crowding Beaches Photo, Allies Consolidating Beachhead 6/7/1944, Few POWs After Fall of Rome Indicates German Commander Kesselring Disengaged for Better Defensive Positioning 6/7/1944, N.B.C. Says Allies Seizing Beachheads with Objective of Cutting off Normandy Peninsula 6/7/1944, Logistics of Seaborne Invasions 6/7/1944, Battered Germans Falling Back in Italy, No Sign of Germans Pulling out of Adriatic Area 6/7/1944, Allied Invasion Planners Draw from Experiences of North Africa, Dieppe, Sicily, Salerno, & Anzio 6/7/1944; Japs Lose More Planes & Ships Near Biak; Germans Throwing in Heavy Tiger Tanks & Mobile Guns at Jassy, Rumania 6/7/1944, Roosevelt Broadcast Hails Capture of Rome, "One Up & Two to Go" Says F.D.R. 6/7/1944, German Radio Reports Allied Front 10-15 Miles Long & Nearly Mile Deep, Allied Landings…

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640 GUNS SHELLED COAST Terrific Naval Bombardment LONDON, Tuesday, AAP

7 June 1944, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 1

…6/7/1944, Allies Capture Channel Islands of Jersey & Guernsey, Berlin Reports Fresh Landings & Heavy Tanks Put Ashore by Allies 6/7/1944; Vitaly Popov, 21-Year-Old Soviet Air Ace with 82 German Planes Destroyed, Awarded Title of Hero of Soviet Union 6/7/1944, Allied Army of Liberation Begins Invasion of Occupied Europe 6/7/1944; Allies Storming Beaches of Northern France & Surging Inland; Vehicles, Guns, & Equipment Crowding Beaches Photo, Allies Consolidating Beachhead 6/7/1944, Few POWs After Fall of Rome Indicates German Commander Kesselring Disengaged for Better Defensive Positioning 6/7/1944, N.B.C. Says Allies Seizing Beachheads with Objective of Cutting off Normandy Peninsula 6/7/1944, Logistics of Seaborne Invasions 6/7/1944, Battered Germans Falling Back in Italy, No Sign of Germans Pulling out of Adriatic Area 6/7/1944, Allied Invasion Planners Draw from Experiences of North Africa, Dieppe, Sicily, Salerno, & Anzio 6/7/1944; Japs Lose More Planes & Ships Near Biak; Germans Throwing in Heavy Tiger Tanks & Mobile Guns at Jassy, Rumania 6/7/1944, Roosevelt Broadcast Hails Capture of Rome, "One Up & Two to Go" Says F.D.R. 6/7/1944, German Radio Reports Allied Front 10-15 Miles Long & Nearly Mile Deep, Allied Landings Continuing Under German Fire Photo, Storming the Beaches 6/7/1944, Nazi Commentator Says Three-Dimensional…

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ANNOUNCEMENTS OF LANDINGS PART OF CAREFUL PLANNING Guard Against Premature Release of News LONDON, Tuesday

7 June 1944, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 16

…Allies 6/7/1944; Vitaly Popov, 21-Year-Old Soviet Air Ace with 82 German Planes Destroyed, Awarded Title of Hero of Soviet Union 6/7/1944, Allied Army of Liberation Begins Invasion of Occupied Europe 6/7/1944; Allies Storming Beaches of Northern France & Surging Inland; Vehicles, Guns, & Equipment Crowding Beaches Photo, Allies Consolidating Beachhead 6/7/1944, Few POWs After Fall of Rome Indicates German Commander Kesselring Disengaged for Better Defensive Positioning 6/7/1944, N.B.C. Says Allies Seizing Beachheads with Objective of Cutting off Normandy Peninsula 6/7/1944, Logistics of Seaborne Invasions 6/7/1944, Battered Germans Falling Back in Italy, No Sign of Germans Pulling out of Adriatic Area 6/7/1944, Allied Invasion Planners Draw from Experiences of North Africa, Dieppe, Sicily, Salerno, & Anzio 6/7/1944; Japs Lose More Planes & Ships Near Biak; Germans Throwing in Heavy Tiger Tanks & Mobile Guns at Jassy, Rumania 6/7/1944, Roosevelt Broadcast Hails Capture of Rome, "One Up & Two to Go" Says F.D.R. 6/7/1944, German Radio Reports Allied Front 10-15 Miles Long & Nearly Mile Deep, Allied Landings Continuing Under German Fire Photo, Storming the Beaches 6/7/1944, Nazi Commentator Says Three-Dimensional Allied Offensive Is Entering into an Inferno 6/7/1944, General Montgomery Gives Stirring Message to Troops, "Good Hunting on the Mainland of Europe" 6/7/1944, Eisenhower Warns Europeans Against Staging Premature Uprisings 6/7/1944, Fighter Pilots Flying Cover Witness…

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WORSE THAN DANTE'S INFERNO, SAYS NAZI LONDON, Tuesday, AAP

7 June 1944, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 16

…of Cutting off Normandy Peninsula 6/7/1944, Logistics of Seaborne Invasions 6/7/1944, Battered Germans Falling Back in Italy, No Sign of Germans Pulling out of Adriatic Area 6/7/1944, Allied Invasion Planners Draw from Experiences of North Africa, Dieppe, Sicily, Salerno, & Anzio 6/7/1944; Japs Lose More Planes & Ships Near Biak; Germans Throwing in Heavy Tiger Tanks & Mobile Guns at Jassy, Rumania 6/7/1944, Roosevelt Broadcast Hails Capture of Rome, "One Up & Two to Go" Says F.D.R. 6/7/1944, German Radio Reports Allied Front 10-15 Miles Long & Nearly Mile Deep, Allied Landings Continuing Under German Fire Photo, Storming the Beaches 6/7/1944, Nazi Commentator Says Three-Dimensional Allied Offensive Is Entering into an Inferno 6/7/1944, General Montgomery Gives Stirring Message to Troops, "Good Hunting on the Mainland of Europe" 6/7/1944, Eisenhower Warns Europeans Against Staging Premature Uprisings 6/7/1944, Fighter Pilots Flying Cover Witness Landing Craft Nosing into Beaches Under Powerful German Coastal Barrages Photo, D-Day Beach 6/7/1944, Hitler Believed to Have Moved Headquarters to Northern France 6/7/1944; Fifth Army Crosses Tiber; Germans Retreat in Disorder North of Rome, but Maintain Strong Mountain Positions 6/7/1944; Allies Link Beachheads, Push Inland; Parachutists Pouring into Flaming Battlefront; German Resistance Stiffens, Part 1 6/7/1944; Allies Link Beachheads, Push Inland; Parachutists Pouring into Flaming Battlefront; German Resistance Stiffens, Part…

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PATRIOTS WARNED BY C-IN-C Told to Await Signal to Rise LONDON, Tuesday, AAP

7 June 1944, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 16

…Allied Invasion Planners Draw from Experiences of North Africa, Dieppe, Sicily, Salerno, & Anzio 6/7/1944; Japs Lose More Planes & Ships Near Biak; Germans Throwing in Heavy Tiger Tanks & Mobile Guns at Jassy, Rumania 6/7/1944, Roosevelt Broadcast Hails Capture of Rome, "One Up & Two to Go" Says F.D.R. 6/7/1944, German Radio Reports Allied Front 10-15 Miles Long & Nearly Mile Deep, Allied Landings Continuing Under German Fire Photo, Storming the Beaches 6/7/1944, Nazi Commentator Says Three-Dimensional Allied Offensive Is Entering into an Inferno 6/7/1944, General Montgomery Gives Stirring Message to Troops, "Good Hunting on the Mainland of Europe" 6/7/1944, Eisenhower Warns Europeans Against Staging Premature Uprisings 6/7/1944, Fighter Pilots Flying Cover Witness Landing Craft Nosing into Beaches Under Powerful German Coastal Barrages Photo, D-Day Beach 6/7/1944, Hitler Believed to Have Moved Headquarters to Northern France 6/7/1944; Fifth Army Crosses Tiber; Germans Retreat in Disorder North of Rome, but Maintain Strong Mountain Positions 6/7/1944; Allies Link Beachheads, Push Inland; Parachutists Pouring into Flaming Battlefront; German Resistance Stiffens, Part 1 6/7/1944; Allies Link Beachheads, Push Inland; Parachutists Pouring into Flaming Battlefront; German Resistance Stiffens, Part 2 Photo, Eisenhower with Airborne Troops Prior to Invasion Map, Allied Assault Routes 6/7/1944, American Invasion Troops Paid in Francs in England Before…

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EYE-WITNESS STORIES OF LANDINGS French Fields Dotted With Parachutes LONDON, Tuesday, AAP [?]

7 June 1944, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 16

…Africa, Dieppe, Sicily, Salerno, & Anzio 6/7/1944; Japs Lose More Planes & Ships Near Biak; Germans Throwing in Heavy Tiger Tanks & Mobile Guns at Jassy, Rumania 6/7/1944, Roosevelt Broadcast Hails Capture of Rome, "One Up & Two to Go" Says F.D.R. 6/7/1944, German Radio Reports Allied Front 10-15 Miles Long & Nearly Mile Deep, Allied Landings Continuing Under German Fire Photo, Storming the Beaches 6/7/1944, Nazi Commentator Says Three-Dimensional Allied Offensive Is Entering into an Inferno 6/7/1944, General Montgomery Gives Stirring Message to Troops, "Good Hunting on the Mainland of Europe" 6/7/1944, Eisenhower Warns Europeans Against Staging Premature Uprisings 6/7/1944, Fighter Pilots Flying Cover Witness Landing Craft Nosing into Beaches Under Powerful German Coastal Barrages Photo, D-Day Beach 6/7/1944, Hitler Believed to Have Moved Headquarters to Northern France 6/7/1944; Fifth Army Crosses Tiber; Germans Retreat in Disorder North of Rome, but Maintain Strong Mountain Positions 6/7/1944; Allies Link Beachheads, Push Inland; Parachutists Pouring into Flaming Battlefront; German Resistance Stiffens, Part 1 6/7/1944; Allies Link Beachheads, Push Inland; Parachutists Pouring into Flaming Battlefront; German Resistance Stiffens, Part 2 Photo, Eisenhower with Airborne Troops Prior to Invasion Map, Allied Assault Routes 6/7/1944, American Invasion Troops Paid in Francs in England Before Embarking on Assault of Europe 6/7/1944, Moscow Celebrates, Propaganda Speakers Blare Out Invasion News, Eisenhower &…

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HITLER TAKES CHARGE, HQ MOVED TO FRANCE LONDON, Tuesday, AAP

7 June 1944, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 16

…Tiger Tanks & Mobile Guns at Jassy, Rumania 6/7/1944, Roosevelt Broadcast Hails Capture of Rome, "One Up & Two to Go" Says F.D.R. 6/7/1944, German Radio Reports Allied Front 10-15 Miles Long & Nearly Mile Deep, Allied Landings Continuing Under German Fire Photo, Storming the Beaches 6/7/1944, Nazi Commentator Says Three-Dimensional Allied Offensive Is Entering into an Inferno 6/7/1944, General Montgomery Gives Stirring Message to Troops, "Good Hunting on the Mainland of Europe" 6/7/1944, Eisenhower Warns Europeans Against Staging Premature Uprisings 6/7/1944, Fighter Pilots Flying Cover Witness Landing Craft Nosing into Beaches Under Powerful German Coastal Barrages Photo, D-Day Beach 6/7/1944, Hitler Believed to Have Moved Headquarters to Northern France 6/7/1944; Fifth Army Crosses Tiber; Germans Retreat in Disorder North of Rome, but Maintain Strong Mountain Positions 6/7/1944; Allies Link Beachheads, Push Inland; Parachutists Pouring into Flaming Battlefront; German Resistance Stiffens, Part 1 6/7/1944; Allies Link Beachheads, Push Inland; Parachutists Pouring into Flaming Battlefront; German Resistance Stiffens, Part 2 Photo, Eisenhower with Airborne Troops Prior to Invasion Map, Allied Assault Routes 6/7/1944, American Invasion Troops Paid in Francs in England Before Embarking on Assault of Europe 6/7/1944, Moscow Celebrates, Propaganda Speakers Blare Out Invasion News, Eisenhower & U.S. Flag Photo on Pravda Front Page Globalization41.…

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FIFTH ARMY 5 MILES BEYOND TIBER Enemy Retreating in Disorder FROM AAP AND OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT LONDON, Tuesday

7 June 1944, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 16

…Broadcast Hails Capture of Rome, "One Up & Two to Go" Says F.D.R. 6/7/1944, German Radio Reports Allied Front 10-15 Miles Long & Nearly Mile Deep, Allied Landings Continuing Under German Fire Photo, Storming the Beaches 6/7/1944, Nazi Commentator Says Three-Dimensional Allied Offensive Is Entering into an Inferno 6/7/1944, General Montgomery Gives Stirring Message to Troops, "Good Hunting on the Mainland of Europe" 6/7/1944, Eisenhower Warns Europeans Against Staging Premature Uprisings 6/7/1944, Fighter Pilots Flying Cover Witness Landing Craft Nosing into Beaches Under Powerful German Coastal Barrages Photo, D-Day Beach 6/7/1944, Hitler Believed to Have Moved Headquarters to Northern France 6/7/1944; Fifth Army Crosses Tiber; Germans Retreat in Disorder North of Rome, but Maintain Strong Mountain Positions 6/7/1944; Allies Link Beachheads, Push Inland; Parachutists Pouring into Flaming Battlefront; German Resistance Stiffens, Part 1 6/7/1944; Allies Link Beachheads, Push Inland; Parachutists Pouring into Flaming Battlefront; German Resistance Stiffens, Part 2 Photo, Eisenhower with Airborne Troops Prior to Invasion Map, Allied Assault Routes 6/7/1944, American Invasion Troops Paid in Francs in England Before Embarking on Assault of Europe 6/7/1944, Moscow Celebrates, Propaganda Speakers Blare Out Invasion News, Eisenhower & U.S. Flag Photo on Pravda Front Page Globalization41.…