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MILITARY SITUATION. DETERIORATION IN FRANCE. CONDITIONS REVIEWED. (Commonwealth Department of Information—Official.) BRISBANE, June 16.

18 June 1940, Cairns Post (Qld. : 1909 - 1954), page 6

…June 18, 1940 Post Number: #1 by Globalization41 on 07 Mar 2014, 03:25 6/18/1940, Germans Break Through Across Somme, Allies Withdraw 60 Miles, Germans Occupy Paris, Allies Disorganized 6/18/1940, Moscow Delivers Ultimatums to Estonia & Latvia, Soviet Troops Occupy Estonian Towns & Cross Latvian Frontier 6/18/1940, French Army Stops Fighting, Petain Seeks End to Hostilities with Germany, London Refuses to Surrender 6/18/1940, Gestapo Arrives in Paris, German Columns March Past Stunned Citizens, 9:p.m. Curfew Ordered, Theaters Closed 6/18/1940, Russian Occupation of Lithuania Goes on All Day, Endless Procession of Soviet Tanks & Armored Vehicles Pouring In 6/18/1940, France is Ninth Nation to Succumb to the Might of Germany in Little More than Two Tears 6/18/1940, Stalin Concentrating Red Army in Baltic States & Poland Against Nazis, Germans Sending…

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SOVIET MOVES IN BALTIC Enters Latvia, Esthonia LONDON, Monday (A.A.P.).

18 June 1940, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 1

…6/18/1940, Germans Break Through Across Somme, Allies Withdraw 60 Miles, Germans Occupy Paris, Allies Disorganized 6/18/1940, Moscow Delivers Ultimatums to Estonia & Latvia, Soviet Troops Occupy Estonian Towns & Cross Latvian Frontier 6/18/1940, French Army Stops Fighting, Petain Seeks End to Hostilities with Germany, London Refuses to Surrender 6/18/1940, Gestapo Arrives in Paris, German Columns March Past Stunned Citizens, 9:p.m. Curfew Ordered, Theaters Closed 6/18/1940, Russian Occupation of Lithuania Goes on All Day, Endless Procession of Soviet Tanks & Armored Vehicles Pouring In 6/18/1940, France is Ninth Nation to Succumb to the Might of Germany in Little More than Two Tears 6/18/1940, Stalin Concentrating Red Army in Baltic States & Poland Against Nazis, Germans Sending New Divisions to Polish Front 6/18/1940, Japs Mass Troops off Indo-China 6/18/1940, Businessmen Returning to Balkans from…

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FRENCH ARMY STOPS FIGHTING PETAIN'S DRAMATIC ANNOUNCEMENT SEEKING TERMS FROM GERMANY NO SURRENDER BY BRITAIN (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS) LONDON, Monday.

18 June 1940, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 1

…6/18/1940, Germans Break Through Across Somme, Allies Withdraw 60 Miles, Germans Occupy Paris, Allies Disorganized 6/18/1940, Moscow Delivers Ultimatums to Estonia & Latvia, Soviet Troops Occupy Estonian Towns & Cross Latvian Frontier 6/18/1940, French Army Stops Fighting, Petain Seeks End to Hostilities with Germany, London Refuses to Surrender 6/18/1940, Gestapo Arrives in Paris, German Columns March Past Stunned Citizens, 9:p.m. Curfew Ordered, Theaters Closed 6/18/1940, Russian Occupation of Lithuania Goes on All Day, Endless Procession of Soviet Tanks & Armored Vehicles Pouring In 6/18/1940, France is Ninth Nation to Succumb to the Might of Germany in Little More than Two Tears 6/18/1940, Stalin Concentrating Red Army in Baltic States & Poland Against Nazis, Germans Sending New Divisions to Polish Front 6/18/1940, Japs Mass Troops off Indo-China 6/18/1940, Businessmen Returning to Balkans from Germany Report Germans Between 32 & 35 Being Thrown into Front Lines 6/18/1940, U.S. Sends Two…

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GERMANS IN PARIS GESTAPO SQUADS ARRIVE Penalties Against Plotting BERLIN, Monday.

18 June 1940, The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995), page 2

…6/18/1940, Germans Break Through Across Somme, Allies Withdraw 60 Miles, Germans Occupy Paris, Allies Disorganized 6/18/1940, Moscow Delivers Ultimatums to Estonia & Latvia, Soviet Troops Occupy Estonian Towns & Cross Latvian Frontier 6/18/1940, French Army Stops Fighting, Petain Seeks End to Hostilities with Germany, London Refuses to Surrender 6/18/1940, Gestapo Arrives in Paris, German Columns March Past Stunned Citizens, 9:p.m. Curfew Ordered, Theaters Closed 6/18/1940, Russian Occupation of Lithuania Goes on All Day, Endless Procession of Soviet Tanks & Armored Vehicles Pouring In 6/18/1940, France is Ninth Nation to Succumb to the Might of Germany in Little More than Two Tears 6/18/1940, Stalin Concentrating Red Army in Baltic States & Poland Against Nazis, Germans Sending New Divisions to Polish Front 6/18/1940, Japs Mass Troops off Indo-China 6/18/1940, Businessmen Returning to Balkans from Germany Report Germans Between 32 & 35 Being Thrown into Front Lines 6/18/1940, U.S. Sends Two Warships Toward Uruguay to Monitor Nazi Activities 6/18/1940; President Smetona, Lithuanian President, Flees to Germany, New…

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ARMEDSOVIET CAMP 500,000 Men in Lithuania (From Our Own Correspondent) STOCKHOLM, Monday.

18 June 1940, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 3

…6/18/1940, Germans Break Through Across Somme, Allies Withdraw 60 Miles, Germans Occupy Paris, Allies Disorganized 6/18/1940, Moscow Delivers Ultimatums to Estonia & Latvia, Soviet Troops Occupy Estonian Towns & Cross Latvian Frontier 6/18/1940, French Army Stops Fighting, Petain Seeks End to Hostilities with Germany, London Refuses to Surrender 6/18/1940, Gestapo Arrives in Paris, German Columns March Past Stunned Citizens, 9:p.m. Curfew Ordered, Theaters Closed 6/18/1940, Russian Occupation of Lithuania Goes on All Day, Endless Procession of Soviet Tanks & Armored Vehicles Pouring In 6/18/1940, France is Ninth Nation to Succumb to the Might of Germany in Little More than Two Tears 6/18/1940, Stalin Concentrating Red Army in Baltic States & Poland Against Nazis, Germans Sending New Divisions to Polish Front 6/18/1940, Japs Mass Troops off Indo-China 6/18/1940, Businessmen Returning to Balkans from Germany Report Germans Between 32 & 35 Being Thrown into Front Lines 6/18/1940, U.S. Sends Two Warships Toward Uruguay to Monitor Nazi Activities 6/18/1940; President Smetona, Lithuanian President, Flees to Germany, New Premier Says Soviet Troops Necessary for Security 6/18/1940, How Will Hitler & Mussolini Divide the French Empire in Munich…

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"WATCH RUSSIA" (From Our Own Correspondent) LONDON, Monday.

18 June 1940, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 3

…Germans Break Through Across Somme, Allies Withdraw 60 Miles, Germans Occupy Paris, Allies Disorganized 6/18/1940, Moscow Delivers Ultimatums to Estonia & Latvia, Soviet Troops Occupy Estonian Towns & Cross Latvian Frontier 6/18/1940, French Army Stops Fighting, Petain Seeks End to Hostilities with Germany, London Refuses to Surrender 6/18/1940, Gestapo Arrives in Paris, German Columns March Past Stunned Citizens, 9:p.m. Curfew Ordered, Theaters Closed 6/18/1940, Russian Occupation of Lithuania Goes on All Day, Endless Procession of Soviet Tanks & Armored Vehicles Pouring In 6/18/1940, France is Ninth Nation to Succumb to the Might of Germany in Little More than Two Tears 6/18/1940, Stalin Concentrating Red Army in Baltic States & Poland Against Nazis, Germans Sending New Divisions to Polish Front 6/18/1940, Japs Mass Troops off Indo-China 6/18/1940, Businessmen Returning to Balkans from Germany Report Germans Between 32 & 35 Being Thrown into Front Lines 6/18/1940, U.S. Sends Two Warships Toward Uruguay to Monitor Nazi Activities 6/18/1940; President Smetona, Lithuanian President, Flees to Germany, New Premier Says Soviet Troops Necessary for Security 6/18/1940, How Will Hitler & Mussolini Divide the French Empire in Munich Parley? 6/18/1940, Moscow Sends Ultimatums to Estonia & Latvia Alleging an Attempt at Lithuania-Finland-Estonia-Latvia Military Alliance 6/18/1940, France Ready to Lay Down Arms if it Can Get Honorable Peace 6/18/1940, Italy's Economic Weakness; Occupation of Lithuania Shows…

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Conditions in Germany NEUTRAL OBSERVERS' OPINIONS

18 June 1940, Kalgoorlie Miner (WA : 1895 - 1950), page 3

…Estonian Towns & Cross Latvian Frontier 6/18/1940, French Army Stops Fighting, Petain Seeks End to Hostilities with Germany, London Refuses to Surrender 6/18/1940, Gestapo Arrives in Paris, German Columns March Past Stunned Citizens, 9:p.m. Curfew Ordered, Theaters Closed 6/18/1940, Russian Occupation of Lithuania Goes on All Day, Endless Procession of Soviet Tanks & Armored Vehicles Pouring In 6/18/1940, France is Ninth Nation to Succumb to the Might of Germany in Little More than Two Tears 6/18/1940, Stalin Concentrating Red Army in Baltic States & Poland Against Nazis, Germans Sending New Divisions to Polish Front 6/18/1940, Japs Mass Troops off Indo-China 6/18/1940, Businessmen Returning to Balkans from Germany Report Germans Between 32 & 35 Being Thrown into Front Lines 6/18/1940, U.S. Sends Two Warships Toward Uruguay to Monitor Nazi Activities 6/18/1940; President Smetona, Lithuanian President, Flees to Germany, New Premier Says Soviet Troops Necessary for Security 6/18/1940, How Will Hitler & Mussolini Divide the French Empire in Munich Parley? 6/18/1940, Moscow Sends Ultimatums to Estonia & Latvia Alleging an Attempt at Lithuania-Finland-Estonia-Latvia Military Alliance 6/18/1940, France Ready to Lay Down Arms if it Can Get Honorable Peace 6/18/1940, Italy's Economic Weakness; Occupation of Lithuania Shows Russian Determination to Check German Aggression in East 6/18/1940, Roosevelt Seeks Control of Food & Raw Materials to Check March of Dictators 6/18/1940; Warner…

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Situation in Lithuania PRESIDENT FLEES TO GERMANY

18 June 1940, Kalgoorlie Miner (WA : 1895 - 1950), page 3

…March Past Stunned Citizens, 9:p.m. Curfew Ordered, Theaters Closed 6/18/1940, Russian Occupation of Lithuania Goes on All Day, Endless Procession of Soviet Tanks & Armored Vehicles Pouring In 6/18/1940, France is Ninth Nation to Succumb to the Might of Germany in Little More than Two Tears 6/18/1940, Stalin Concentrating Red Army in Baltic States & Poland Against Nazis, Germans Sending New Divisions to Polish Front 6/18/1940, Japs Mass Troops off Indo-China 6/18/1940, Businessmen Returning to Balkans from Germany Report Germans Between 32 & 35 Being Thrown into Front Lines 6/18/1940, U.S. Sends Two Warships Toward Uruguay to Monitor Nazi Activities 6/18/1940; President Smetona, Lithuanian President, Flees to Germany, New Premier Says Soviet Troops Necessary for Security 6/18/1940, How Will Hitler & Mussolini Divide the French Empire in Munich Parley? 6/18/1940, Moscow Sends Ultimatums to Estonia & Latvia Alleging an Attempt at Lithuania-Finland-Estonia-Latvia Military Alliance 6/18/1940, France Ready to Lay Down Arms if it Can Get Honorable Peace 6/18/1940, Italy's Economic Weakness; Occupation of Lithuania Shows Russian Determination to Check German Aggression in East 6/18/1940, Roosevelt Seeks Control of Food & Raw Materials to Check March of Dictators 6/18/1940; Warner Brothers Announces 48 New Features for Upcoming Season, 38 from Novels, Biographies, & Stage 6/18/1940; War Fate Hangs on Slender Thread, Depends on American Aid 6/18/1940, Charlie…

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Soviet Explanation ALLEGED ALLIANCE AGAINST RUSSIA

18 June 1940, Kalgoorlie Miner (WA : 1895 - 1950), page 3

…France is Ninth Nation to Succumb to the Might of Germany in Little More than Two Tears 6/18/1940, Stalin Concentrating Red Army in Baltic States & Poland Against Nazis, Germans Sending New Divisions to Polish Front 6/18/1940, Japs Mass Troops off Indo-China 6/18/1940, Businessmen Returning to Balkans from Germany Report Germans Between 32 & 35 Being Thrown into Front Lines 6/18/1940, U.S. Sends Two Warships Toward Uruguay to Monitor Nazi Activities 6/18/1940; President Smetona, Lithuanian President, Flees to Germany, New Premier Says Soviet Troops Necessary for Security 6/18/1940, How Will Hitler & Mussolini Divide the French Empire in Munich Parley? 6/18/1940, Moscow Sends Ultimatums to Estonia & Latvia Alleging an Attempt at Lithuania-Finland-Estonia-Latvia Military Alliance 6/18/1940, France Ready to Lay Down Arms if it Can Get Honorable Peace 6/18/1940, Italy's Economic Weakness; Occupation of Lithuania Shows Russian Determination to Check German Aggression in East 6/18/1940, Roosevelt Seeks Control of Food & Raw Materials to Check March of Dictators 6/18/1940; Warner Brothers Announces 48 New Features for Upcoming Season, 38 from Novels, Biographies, & Stage 6/18/1940; War Fate Hangs on Slender Thread, Depends on American Aid 6/18/1940, Charlie Chaplin Sues Life Magazine for $1,000,000 for Using Photograph from Movie "The Dictator" First Picture of Charlie Chaplin's Much Guarded Dictator Movie Known as Production No. 6, Chaplin…

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France Seeks Peace Terms Reserves Exhausted WILL NOT SUBMIT TO INTERFERENCE WITH SPIRITUAL FREEDOM OF PEOPLE Hitler and Mussolini to Confer London, Monday.

18 June 1940, The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate (NSW : 1892 - 1954), page 2

…Two Tears 6/18/1940, Stalin Concentrating Red Army in Baltic States & Poland Against Nazis, Germans Sending New Divisions to Polish Front 6/18/1940, Japs Mass Troops off Indo-China 6/18/1940, Businessmen Returning to Balkans from Germany Report Germans Between 32 & 35 Being Thrown into Front Lines 6/18/1940, U.S. Sends Two Warships Toward Uruguay to Monitor Nazi Activities 6/18/1940; President Smetona, Lithuanian President, Flees to Germany, New Premier Says Soviet Troops Necessary for Security 6/18/1940, How Will Hitler & Mussolini Divide the French Empire in Munich Parley? 6/18/1940, Moscow Sends Ultimatums to Estonia & Latvia Alleging an Attempt at Lithuania-Finland-Estonia-Latvia Military Alliance 6/18/1940, France Ready to Lay Down Arms if it Can Get Honorable Peace 6/18/1940, Italy's Economic Weakness; Occupation of Lithuania Shows Russian Determination to Check German Aggression in East 6/18/1940, Roosevelt Seeks Control of Food & Raw Materials to Check March of Dictators 6/18/1940; Warner Brothers Announces 48 New Features for Upcoming Season, 38 from Novels, Biographies, & Stage 6/18/1940; War Fate Hangs on Slender Thread, Depends on American Aid 6/18/1940, Charlie Chaplin Sues Life Magazine for $1,000,000 for Using Photograph from Movie "The Dictator" First Picture of Charlie Chaplin's Much Guarded Dictator Movie Known as Production No. 6, Chaplin Becomes Accidental Dictator The Great Dictator, Staring Charlie Chaplin, Wikipedia The Great Dictator,…

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THE WAR—DAY BY DAY ITALY'S ECONOMIC WEAKNESS Reluctance to Fight

18 June 1940, The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995), page 2

…Nazis, Germans Sending New Divisions to Polish Front 6/18/1940, Japs Mass Troops off Indo-China 6/18/1940, Businessmen Returning to Balkans from Germany Report Germans Between 32 & 35 Being Thrown into Front Lines 6/18/1940, U.S. Sends Two Warships Toward Uruguay to Monitor Nazi Activities 6/18/1940; President Smetona, Lithuanian President, Flees to Germany, New Premier Says Soviet Troops Necessary for Security 6/18/1940, How Will Hitler & Mussolini Divide the French Empire in Munich Parley? 6/18/1940, Moscow Sends Ultimatums to Estonia & Latvia Alleging an Attempt at Lithuania-Finland-Estonia-Latvia Military Alliance 6/18/1940, France Ready to Lay Down Arms if it Can Get Honorable Peace 6/18/1940, Italy's Economic Weakness; Occupation of Lithuania Shows Russian Determination to Check German Aggression in East 6/18/1940, Roosevelt Seeks Control of Food & Raw Materials to Check March of Dictators 6/18/1940; Warner Brothers Announces 48 New Features for Upcoming Season, 38 from Novels, Biographies, & Stage 6/18/1940; War Fate Hangs on Slender Thread, Depends on American Aid 6/18/1940, Charlie Chaplin Sues Life Magazine for $1,000,000 for Using Photograph from Movie "The Dictator" First Picture of Charlie Chaplin's Much Guarded Dictator Movie Known as Production No. 6, Chaplin Becomes Accidental Dictator The Great Dictator, Staring Charlie Chaplin, Wikipedia The Great Dictator, Article, Turner Classic Movies 6/18/1940, French Army Exhausted, French Fleet Inflicts Severe Losses on Italians, French…

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WAR FATE HANGS ON SLENDER THREAD Depends on American Aid MELBOURNE, Monday.

18 June 1940, The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995), page 3

…Lithuanian President, Flees to Germany, New Premier Says Soviet Troops Necessary for Security 6/18/1940, How Will Hitler & Mussolini Divide the French Empire in Munich Parley? 6/18/1940, Moscow Sends Ultimatums to Estonia & Latvia Alleging an Attempt at Lithuania-Finland-Estonia-Latvia Military Alliance 6/18/1940, France Ready to Lay Down Arms if it Can Get Honorable Peace 6/18/1940, Italy's Economic Weakness; Occupation of Lithuania Shows Russian Determination to Check German Aggression in East 6/18/1940, Roosevelt Seeks Control of Food & Raw Materials to Check March of Dictators 6/18/1940; Warner Brothers Announces 48 New Features for Upcoming Season, 38 from Novels, Biographies, & Stage 6/18/1940; War Fate Hangs on Slender Thread, Depends on American Aid 6/18/1940, Charlie Chaplin Sues Life Magazine for $1,000,000 for Using Photograph from Movie "The Dictator" First Picture of Charlie Chaplin's Much Guarded Dictator Movie Known as Production No. 6, Chaplin Becomes Accidental Dictator The Great Dictator, Staring Charlie Chaplin, Wikipedia The Great Dictator, Article, Turner Classic Movies 6/18/1940, French Army Exhausted, French Fleet Inflicts Severe Losses on Italians, French Government Resigns 6/18/1940, Japanese Bomb Kunming on French-Indo China Railway in Attempt to Cut Supply Line into China Kunming, China; Satellite Map China Defensive The Anti-Japanese War Basic Facts on the Nanking Massacre & the Tokyo War Crimes Trial Imperial Japanese…

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French Army Exhaustion GERMAN DRIVE CONTINUES Marshal Petain Approaches Hitler Britain's Determination to Continue

18 June 1940, Geraldton Guardian and Express (WA : 1929 - 1947), page 3

…Occupation of Lithuania Shows Russian Determination to Check German Aggression in East 6/18/1940, Roosevelt Seeks Control of Food & Raw Materials to Check March of Dictators 6/18/1940; Warner Brothers Announces 48 New Features for Upcoming Season, 38 from Novels, Biographies, & Stage 6/18/1940; War Fate Hangs on Slender Thread, Depends on American Aid 6/18/1940, Charlie Chaplin Sues Life Magazine for $1,000,000 for Using Photograph from Movie "The Dictator" First Picture of Charlie Chaplin's Much Guarded Dictator Movie Known as Production No. 6, Chaplin Becomes Accidental Dictator The Great Dictator, Staring Charlie Chaplin, Wikipedia The Great Dictator, Article, Turner Classic Movies 6/18/1940, French Army Exhausted, French Fleet Inflicts Severe Losses on Italians, French Government Resigns 6/18/1940, Japanese Bomb Kunming on French-Indo China Railway in Attempt to Cut Supply Line into China Kunming, China; Satellite Map China Defensive The Anti-Japanese War Basic Facts on the Nanking Massacre & the Tokyo War Crimes Trial Imperial Japanese Army Homepage Japan's Imperial Army Imperial Japanese Army Unit Organization The Imperial Japanese Army in World War II French Indo-China, The Pentagon Papers French Indo-China - Publication of Pacific Strategic Intelligence Section, Chief of U.S. Naval Operations French Influence Overseas, The Rise & Fall of Colonial Indochina 6/18/1940, Australia & Britain Must Fight on Against Scourge in Europe or Generations to…

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KUNMING BOMBED (From Our Own Correspondent) NEW YORK, Monday.

18 June 1940, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 1

…Seeks Control of Food & Raw Materials to Check March of Dictators 6/18/1940; Warner Brothers Announces 48 New Features for Upcoming Season, 38 from Novels, Biographies, & Stage 6/18/1940; War Fate Hangs on Slender Thread, Depends on American Aid 6/18/1940, Charlie Chaplin Sues Life Magazine for $1,000,000 for Using Photograph from Movie "The Dictator" First Picture of Charlie Chaplin's Much Guarded Dictator Movie Known as Production No. 6, Chaplin Becomes Accidental Dictator The Great Dictator, Staring Charlie Chaplin, Wikipedia The Great Dictator, Article, Turner Classic Movies 6/18/1940, French Army Exhausted, French Fleet Inflicts Severe Losses on Italians, French Government Resigns 6/18/1940, Japanese Bomb Kunming on French-Indo China Railway in Attempt to Cut Supply Line into China Kunming, China; Satellite Map China Defensive The Anti-Japanese War Basic Facts on the Nanking Massacre & the Tokyo War Crimes Trial Imperial Japanese Army Homepage Japan's Imperial Army Imperial Japanese Army Unit Organization The Imperial Japanese Army in World War II French Indo-China, The Pentagon Papers French Indo-China - Publication of Pacific Strategic Intelligence Section, Chief of U.S. Naval Operations French Influence Overseas, The Rise & Fall of Colonial Indochina 6/18/1940, Australia & Britain Must Fight on Against Scourge in Europe or Generations to Come Will Curse Us for Lacking Stamina 6/18/1940; British Forces Rout Italians Near Sollum; Italian Planes…

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BRITAIN WILL FIGHT ON TO VICTORY.

18 June 1940, The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995), page 2

…6/18/1940, French Army Exhausted, French Fleet Inflicts Severe Losses on Italians, French Government Resigns 6/18/1940, Japanese Bomb Kunming on French-Indo China Railway in Attempt to Cut Supply Line into China Kunming, China; Satellite Map China Defensive The Anti-Japanese War Basic Facts on the Nanking Massacre & the Tokyo War Crimes Trial Imperial Japanese Army Homepage Japan's Imperial Army Imperial Japanese Army Unit Organization The Imperial Japanese Army in World War II French Indo-China, The Pentagon Papers French Indo-China - Publication of Pacific Strategic Intelligence Section, Chief of U.S. Naval Operations French Influence Overseas, The Rise & Fall of Colonial Indochina 6/18/1940, Australia & Britain Must Fight on Against Scourge in Europe or Generations to Come Will Curse Us for Lacking Stamina 6/18/1940; British Forces Rout Italians Near Sollum; Italian Planes Bomb Malta, Corcica, & Tunisia; R.A.F. Raids Italy 6/18/1940, Nazi Control of Europe Poses U.S. Trade Problem, 400,000,000 Europeans May Be Regimented into Nazified Economy 6/18/1940, East Africa Air Board Hq. at Nairobi Reports French & South African Planes Raided Targets at Berbera Aerodrome 6/18/1940, Great Britain Determined to Continue Struggle as Germany Recklessly Uses Up Her Resources in Present Offensive 6/18/1940, Will Hitler Develop Qualities of Statesmanship to Match His Achievements of Military Leadership? 6/18/1940, Bertha Vincent (30) & Florence Hampton (40) Found Drunk at Victoria Park & No Lawful…

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BRITISH FORCES ROUT ITALIANS FRONTIER ACTION OFFICERS AND ARMAMENTS CAPTURED Aerial, Naval and Land Action Developing London, Monday.

18 June 1940, The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate (NSW : 1892 - 1954), page 2

…Railway in Attempt to Cut Supply Line into China Kunming, China; Satellite Map China Defensive The Anti-Japanese War Basic Facts on the Nanking Massacre & the Tokyo War Crimes Trial Imperial Japanese Army Homepage Japan's Imperial Army Imperial Japanese Army Unit Organization The Imperial Japanese Army in World War II French Indo-China, The Pentagon Papers French Indo-China - Publication of Pacific Strategic Intelligence Section, Chief of U.S. Naval Operations French Influence Overseas, The Rise & Fall of Colonial Indochina 6/18/1940, Australia & Britain Must Fight on Against Scourge in Europe or Generations to Come Will Curse Us for Lacking Stamina 6/18/1940; British Forces Rout Italians Near Sollum; Italian Planes Bomb Malta, Corcica, & Tunisia; R.A.F. Raids Italy 6/18/1940, Nazi Control of Europe Poses U.S. Trade Problem, 400,000,000 Europeans May Be Regimented into Nazified Economy 6/18/1940, East Africa Air Board Hq. at Nairobi Reports French & South African Planes Raided Targets at Berbera Aerodrome 6/18/1940, Great Britain Determined to Continue Struggle as Germany Recklessly Uses Up Her Resources in Present Offensive 6/18/1940, Will Hitler Develop Qualities of Statesmanship to Match His Achievements of Military Leadership? 6/18/1940, Bertha Vincent (30) & Florence Hampton (40) Found Drunk at Victoria Park & No Lawful Means of Support 6/18/1940, Latvia Accepts Soviet Demands, Red Army Expected to March Toward Latvia Monday 6/18/1940;…

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AERIAL ACTIVITIES IN AFRICA LONDON, Monday.

18 June 1940, The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995), page 2

…Japan's Imperial Army Imperial Japanese Army Unit Organization The Imperial Japanese Army in World War II French Indo-China, The Pentagon Papers French Indo-China - Publication of Pacific Strategic Intelligence Section, Chief of U.S. Naval Operations French Influence Overseas, The Rise & Fall of Colonial Indochina 6/18/1940, Australia & Britain Must Fight on Against Scourge in Europe or Generations to Come Will Curse Us for Lacking Stamina 6/18/1940; British Forces Rout Italians Near Sollum; Italian Planes Bomb Malta, Corcica, & Tunisia; R.A.F. Raids Italy 6/18/1940, Nazi Control of Europe Poses U.S. Trade Problem, 400,000,000 Europeans May Be Regimented into Nazified Economy 6/18/1940, East Africa Air Board Hq. at Nairobi Reports French & South African Planes Raided Targets at Berbera Aerodrome 6/18/1940, Great Britain Determined to Continue Struggle as Germany Recklessly Uses Up Her Resources in Present Offensive 6/18/1940, Will Hitler Develop Qualities of Statesmanship to Match His Achievements of Military Leadership? 6/18/1940, Bertha Vincent (30) & Florence Hampton (40) Found Drunk at Victoria Park & No Lawful Means of Support 6/18/1940, Latvia Accepts Soviet Demands, Red Army Expected to March Toward Latvia Monday 6/18/1940; America's Pacific Fleet Protects U.S. in the West, but British Fleet Protects U.S. in the East 6/18/1940, London Looks Forward to Day when Once Again Czechs & Slovaks Will Be Restored to Liberty 6/18/1940, Henry Ford…

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THE WAR IN EUROPE BRITAIN STANDS FIRM Struggle to Continue GERMANY'S RECKLESS USE OF RESOURCES

18 June 1940, Kalgoorlie Miner (WA : 1895 - 1950), page 3

…Pentagon Papers French Indo-China - Publication of Pacific Strategic Intelligence Section, Chief of U.S. Naval Operations French Influence Overseas, The Rise & Fall of Colonial Indochina 6/18/1940, Australia & Britain Must Fight on Against Scourge in Europe or Generations to Come Will Curse Us for Lacking Stamina 6/18/1940; British Forces Rout Italians Near Sollum; Italian Planes Bomb Malta, Corcica, & Tunisia; R.A.F. Raids Italy 6/18/1940, Nazi Control of Europe Poses U.S. Trade Problem, 400,000,000 Europeans May Be Regimented into Nazified Economy 6/18/1940, East Africa Air Board Hq. at Nairobi Reports French & South African Planes Raided Targets at Berbera Aerodrome 6/18/1940, Great Britain Determined to Continue Struggle as Germany Recklessly Uses Up Her Resources in Present Offensive 6/18/1940, Will Hitler Develop Qualities of Statesmanship to Match His Achievements of Military Leadership? 6/18/1940, Bertha Vincent (30) & Florence Hampton (40) Found Drunk at Victoria Park & No Lawful Means of Support 6/18/1940, Latvia Accepts Soviet Demands, Red Army Expected to March Toward Latvia Monday 6/18/1940; America's Pacific Fleet Protects U.S. in the West, but British Fleet Protects U.S. in the East 6/18/1940, London Looks Forward to Day when Once Again Czechs & Slovaks Will Be Restored to Liberty 6/18/1940, Henry Ford Believes U.S. Could Mass Produce a Thousand Planes a Day Within Six Months 6/18/1940, R.A.F. Damages Ammunition…

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WOMEN BEFORE COURT Drunk and Disorderly

18 June 1940, The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate (NSW : 1892 - 1954), page 4

…Fight on Against Scourge in Europe or Generations to Come Will Curse Us for Lacking Stamina 6/18/1940; British Forces Rout Italians Near Sollum; Italian Planes Bomb Malta, Corcica, & Tunisia; R.A.F. Raids Italy 6/18/1940, Nazi Control of Europe Poses U.S. Trade Problem, 400,000,000 Europeans May Be Regimented into Nazified Economy 6/18/1940, East Africa Air Board Hq. at Nairobi Reports French & South African Planes Raided Targets at Berbera Aerodrome 6/18/1940, Great Britain Determined to Continue Struggle as Germany Recklessly Uses Up Her Resources in Present Offensive 6/18/1940, Will Hitler Develop Qualities of Statesmanship to Match His Achievements of Military Leadership? 6/18/1940, Bertha Vincent (30) & Florence Hampton (40) Found Drunk at Victoria Park & No Lawful Means of Support 6/18/1940, Latvia Accepts Soviet Demands, Red Army Expected to March Toward Latvia Monday 6/18/1940; America's Pacific Fleet Protects U.S. in the West, but British Fleet Protects U.S. in the East 6/18/1940, London Looks Forward to Day when Once Again Czechs & Slovaks Will Be Restored to Liberty 6/18/1940, Henry Ford Believes U.S. Could Mass Produce a Thousand Planes a Day Within Six Months 6/18/1940, R.A.F. Damages Ammunition & Petrol Dumps at Tobruk & Bombs Mechanized Italian Forces on Kenyan Border 6/18/1940; All Aliens Now Forbidden, Under National Security Act, to Be in Possession of Firearms, Ammunition, & Explosives 6/18/1940, Rome…

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SOVIET DEMANDS On Latvia and Estonia RED TROOPS MARCH IN

18 June 1940, Kalgoorlie Miner (WA : 1895 - 1950), page 3

…Rout Italians Near Sollum; Italian Planes Bomb Malta, Corcica, & Tunisia; R.A.F. Raids Italy 6/18/1940, Nazi Control of Europe Poses U.S. Trade Problem, 400,000,000 Europeans May Be Regimented into Nazified Economy 6/18/1940, East Africa Air Board Hq. at Nairobi Reports French & South African Planes Raided Targets at Berbera Aerodrome 6/18/1940, Great Britain Determined to Continue Struggle as Germany Recklessly Uses Up Her Resources in Present Offensive 6/18/1940, Will Hitler Develop Qualities of Statesmanship to Match His Achievements of Military Leadership? 6/18/1940, Bertha Vincent (30) & Florence Hampton (40) Found Drunk at Victoria Park & No Lawful Means of Support 6/18/1940, Latvia Accepts Soviet Demands, Red Army Expected to March Toward Latvia Monday 6/18/1940; America's Pacific Fleet Protects U.S. in the West, but British Fleet Protects U.S. in the East 6/18/1940, London Looks Forward to Day when Once Again Czechs & Slovaks Will Be Restored to Liberty 6/18/1940, Henry Ford Believes U.S. Could Mass Produce a Thousand Planes a Day Within Six Months 6/18/1940, R.A.F. Damages Ammunition & Petrol Dumps at Tobruk & Bombs Mechanized Italian Forces on Kenyan Border 6/18/1940; All Aliens Now Forbidden, Under National Security Act, to Be in Possession of Firearms, Ammunition, & Explosives 6/18/1940, Rome Delares France Must Accept Axis Conditions Before Fighting Stops, Invasion of Britain Predicted…

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FUTURE OF THE CZECHS (British Official Wireless) LONDON, Monday.

18 June 1940, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 3

…Economy 6/18/1940, East Africa Air Board Hq. at Nairobi Reports French & South African Planes Raided Targets at Berbera Aerodrome 6/18/1940, Great Britain Determined to Continue Struggle as Germany Recklessly Uses Up Her Resources in Present Offensive 6/18/1940, Will Hitler Develop Qualities of Statesmanship to Match His Achievements of Military Leadership? 6/18/1940, Bertha Vincent (30) & Florence Hampton (40) Found Drunk at Victoria Park & No Lawful Means of Support 6/18/1940, Latvia Accepts Soviet Demands, Red Army Expected to March Toward Latvia Monday 6/18/1940; America's Pacific Fleet Protects U.S. in the West, but British Fleet Protects U.S. in the East 6/18/1940, London Looks Forward to Day when Once Again Czechs & Slovaks Will Be Restored to Liberty 6/18/1940, Henry Ford Believes U.S. Could Mass Produce a Thousand Planes a Day Within Six Months 6/18/1940, R.A.F. Damages Ammunition & Petrol Dumps at Tobruk & Bombs Mechanized Italian Forces on Kenyan Border 6/18/1940; All Aliens Now Forbidden, Under National Security Act, to Be in Possession of Firearms, Ammunition, & Explosives 6/18/1940, Rome Delares France Must Accept Axis Conditions Before Fighting Stops, Invasion of Britain Predicted by End of June 6/18/1940, French Assets Frozen in U.S. 6/18/1940, Yank Refugee Tells of Paris Evacuation; People Afoot, on Bicycles, or in Carts Lucky to Find Barn to Sleep In 6/18/1940; Grand Mufti…

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Egyptian Soldiers Killed In Air Raid By Italian Planes R.A.F. DESTROYS ARMOURED CARS DISPERSES TROOP CONCENTRATION Ammunition and Petrol Dumps Destroyed London, Monday.

18 June 1940, The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate (NSW : 1892 - 1954), page 2

…Resources in Present Offensive 6/18/1940, Will Hitler Develop Qualities of Statesmanship to Match His Achievements of Military Leadership? 6/18/1940, Bertha Vincent (30) & Florence Hampton (40) Found Drunk at Victoria Park & No Lawful Means of Support 6/18/1940, Latvia Accepts Soviet Demands, Red Army Expected to March Toward Latvia Monday 6/18/1940; America's Pacific Fleet Protects U.S. in the West, but British Fleet Protects U.S. in the East 6/18/1940, London Looks Forward to Day when Once Again Czechs & Slovaks Will Be Restored to Liberty 6/18/1940, Henry Ford Believes U.S. Could Mass Produce a Thousand Planes a Day Within Six Months 6/18/1940, R.A.F. Damages Ammunition & Petrol Dumps at Tobruk & Bombs Mechanized Italian Forces on Kenyan Border 6/18/1940; All Aliens Now Forbidden, Under National Security Act, to Be in Possession of Firearms, Ammunition, & Explosives 6/18/1940, Rome Delares France Must Accept Axis Conditions Before Fighting Stops, Invasion of Britain Predicted by End of June 6/18/1940, French Assets Frozen in U.S. 6/18/1940, Yank Refugee Tells of Paris Evacuation; People Afoot, on Bicycles, or in Carts Lucky to Find Barn to Sleep In 6/18/1940; Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, From Syrian Exile, Denounces Barbaric Aggression & Italy's Entry into War 6/18/1940, U.S. Holds Torch of Demoracy, Congressional Sources Predict Construction of Powerful Atlantic Fleet 6/18/1940, Australian Destroyer Sinks Italian Submarine…

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POSSESSION OF ARMS New Regulations Explained EARLY ACTION NECESSARY

18 June 1940, Kalgoorlie Miner (WA : 1895 - 1950), page 3

…Leadership? 6/18/1940, Bertha Vincent (30) & Florence Hampton (40) Found Drunk at Victoria Park & No Lawful Means of Support 6/18/1940, Latvia Accepts Soviet Demands, Red Army Expected to March Toward Latvia Monday 6/18/1940; America's Pacific Fleet Protects U.S. in the West, but British Fleet Protects U.S. in the East 6/18/1940, London Looks Forward to Day when Once Again Czechs & Slovaks Will Be Restored to Liberty 6/18/1940, Henry Ford Believes U.S. Could Mass Produce a Thousand Planes a Day Within Six Months 6/18/1940, R.A.F. Damages Ammunition & Petrol Dumps at Tobruk & Bombs Mechanized Italian Forces on Kenyan Border 6/18/1940; All Aliens Now Forbidden, Under National Security Act, to Be in Possession of Firearms, Ammunition, & Explosives 6/18/1940, Rome Delares France Must Accept Axis Conditions Before Fighting Stops, Invasion of Britain Predicted by End of June 6/18/1940, French Assets Frozen in U.S. 6/18/1940, Yank Refugee Tells of Paris Evacuation; People Afoot, on Bicycles, or in Carts Lucky to Find Barn to Sleep In 6/18/1940; Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, From Syrian Exile, Denounces Barbaric Aggression & Italy's Entry into War 6/18/1940, U.S. Holds Torch of Demoracy, Congressional Sources Predict Construction of Powerful Atlantic Fleet 6/18/1940, Australian Destroyer Sinks Italian Submarine in Mediterranean 6/18/1940; Italy Has Two Fully Efficient Battleships; Italy's Aircraft, Motor Torpedo Boats, & Submarines May Give…

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French Assets "Frozen" In U.S.A. BRITAIN TO TAKE OVER WAR CONTRACTS Washington, Monday.

18 June 1940, The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate (NSW : 1892 - 1954), page 2

…Protects U.S. in the West, but British Fleet Protects U.S. in the East 6/18/1940, London Looks Forward to Day when Once Again Czechs & Slovaks Will Be Restored to Liberty 6/18/1940, Henry Ford Believes U.S. Could Mass Produce a Thousand Planes a Day Within Six Months 6/18/1940, R.A.F. Damages Ammunition & Petrol Dumps at Tobruk & Bombs Mechanized Italian Forces on Kenyan Border 6/18/1940; All Aliens Now Forbidden, Under National Security Act, to Be in Possession of Firearms, Ammunition, & Explosives 6/18/1940, Rome Delares France Must Accept Axis Conditions Before Fighting Stops, Invasion of Britain Predicted by End of June 6/18/1940, French Assets Frozen in U.S. 6/18/1940, Yank Refugee Tells of Paris Evacuation; People Afoot, on Bicycles, or in Carts Lucky to Find Barn to Sleep In 6/18/1940; Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, From Syrian Exile, Denounces Barbaric Aggression & Italy's Entry into War 6/18/1940, U.S. Holds Torch of Demoracy, Congressional Sources Predict Construction of Powerful Atlantic Fleet 6/18/1940, Australian Destroyer Sinks Italian Submarine in Mediterranean 6/18/1940; Italy Has Two Fully Efficient Battleships; Italy's Aircraft, Motor Torpedo Boats, & Submarines May Give Trouble 6/18/1940, Maginot Forts Continue Shelling German Positions Despite Marshal Petain's Cease-Fire Order 6/18/1940, British Trawlers Dodge Minds, U-Boats, Storms, & Fog 6/18/1940, Pirates One…

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ARABS STRONGLY PRO-ALLIED Grand Mufti's Prayer (British Official Wireless) BEIRUT (Syria), Monday.

18 June 1940, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 1

…Restored to Liberty 6/18/1940, Henry Ford Believes U.S. Could Mass Produce a Thousand Planes a Day Within Six Months 6/18/1940, R.A.F. Damages Ammunition & Petrol Dumps at Tobruk & Bombs Mechanized Italian Forces on Kenyan Border 6/18/1940; All Aliens Now Forbidden, Under National Security Act, to Be in Possession of Firearms, Ammunition, & Explosives 6/18/1940, Rome Delares France Must Accept Axis Conditions Before Fighting Stops, Invasion of Britain Predicted by End of June 6/18/1940, French Assets Frozen in U.S. 6/18/1940, Yank Refugee Tells of Paris Evacuation; People Afoot, on Bicycles, or in Carts Lucky to Find Barn to Sleep In 6/18/1940; Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, From Syrian Exile, Denounces Barbaric Aggression & Italy's Entry into War 6/18/1940, U.S. Holds Torch of Demoracy, Congressional Sources Predict Construction of Powerful Atlantic Fleet 6/18/1940, Australian Destroyer Sinks Italian Submarine in Mediterranean 6/18/1940; Italy Has Two Fully Efficient Battleships; Italy's Aircraft, Motor Torpedo Boats, & Submarines May Give Trouble 6/18/1940, Maginot Forts Continue Shelling German Positions Despite Marshal Petain's Cease-Fire Order 6/18/1940, British Trawlers Dodge Minds, U-Boats, Storms, & Fog 6/18/1940, Pirates One Game from Cellar After Double Defeat 6/18/1940, America Worries too Much About Europe While Ignoring Latin America 6/18/1940, Total War 6/18/1940, Elderly Woman Stops Payment on Check to Man & Two Women with Scottish Accents Needing Money…

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U.S. HOLDS TORCH OF DEMOCRACY

18 June 1940, The Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954), page 1

…Within Six Months 6/18/1940, R.A.F. Damages Ammunition & Petrol Dumps at Tobruk & Bombs Mechanized Italian Forces on Kenyan Border 6/18/1940; All Aliens Now Forbidden, Under National Security Act, to Be in Possession of Firearms, Ammunition, & Explosives 6/18/1940, Rome Delares France Must Accept Axis Conditions Before Fighting Stops, Invasion of Britain Predicted by End of June 6/18/1940, French Assets Frozen in U.S. 6/18/1940, Yank Refugee Tells of Paris Evacuation; People Afoot, on Bicycles, or in Carts Lucky to Find Barn to Sleep In 6/18/1940; Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, From Syrian Exile, Denounces Barbaric Aggression & Italy's Entry into War 6/18/1940, U.S. Holds Torch of Demoracy, Congressional Sources Predict Construction of Powerful Atlantic Fleet 6/18/1940, Australian Destroyer Sinks Italian Submarine in Mediterranean 6/18/1940; Italy Has Two Fully Efficient Battleships; Italy's Aircraft, Motor Torpedo Boats, & Submarines May Give Trouble 6/18/1940, Maginot Forts Continue Shelling German Positions Despite Marshal Petain's Cease-Fire Order 6/18/1940, British Trawlers Dodge Minds, U-Boats, Storms, & Fog 6/18/1940, Pirates One Game from Cellar After Double Defeat 6/18/1940, America Worries too Much About Europe While Ignoring Latin America 6/18/1940, Total War 6/18/1940, Elderly Woman Stops Payment on Check to Man & Two Women with Scottish Accents Needing Money for Weaving Shop 6/18/1940, Counsel-General for China Believes Sino-Japanese War Will Never End Unless…

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AUSTRALIAN NAVY Italian Submarine Sank MELBOURNE, Monday.

18 June 1940, The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995), page 2

…Mechanized Italian Forces on Kenyan Border 6/18/1940; All Aliens Now Forbidden, Under National Security Act, to Be in Possession of Firearms, Ammunition, & Explosives 6/18/1940, Rome Delares France Must Accept Axis Conditions Before Fighting Stops, Invasion of Britain Predicted by End of June 6/18/1940, French Assets Frozen in U.S. 6/18/1940, Yank Refugee Tells of Paris Evacuation; People Afoot, on Bicycles, or in Carts Lucky to Find Barn to Sleep In 6/18/1940; Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, From Syrian Exile, Denounces Barbaric Aggression & Italy's Entry into War 6/18/1940, U.S. Holds Torch of Demoracy, Congressional Sources Predict Construction of Powerful Atlantic Fleet 6/18/1940, Australian Destroyer Sinks Italian Submarine in Mediterranean 6/18/1940; Italy Has Two Fully Efficient Battleships; Italy's Aircraft, Motor Torpedo Boats, & Submarines May Give Trouble 6/18/1940, Maginot Forts Continue Shelling German Positions Despite Marshal Petain's Cease-Fire Order 6/18/1940, British Trawlers Dodge Minds, U-Boats, Storms, & Fog 6/18/1940, Pirates One Game from Cellar After Double Defeat 6/18/1940, America Worries too Much About Europe While Ignoring Latin America 6/18/1940, Total War 6/18/1940, Elderly Woman Stops Payment on Check to Man & Two Women with Scottish Accents Needing Money for Weaving Shop 6/18/1940, Counsel-General for China Believes Sino-Japanese War Will Never End Unless Japan Kills 450,000,000 Chinese 6/18/1940, Reds Regain First…

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ITLIAN NAVY. BATTLESHIPS LIMITED. (Australian Associated Press.) LONDON, June 15.

18 June 1940, Cairns Post (Qld. : 1909 - 1954), page 5

…Aliens Now Forbidden, Under National Security Act, to Be in Possession of Firearms, Ammunition, & Explosives 6/18/1940, Rome Delares France Must Accept Axis Conditions Before Fighting Stops, Invasion of Britain Predicted by End of June 6/18/1940, French Assets Frozen in U.S. 6/18/1940, Yank Refugee Tells of Paris Evacuation; People Afoot, on Bicycles, or in Carts Lucky to Find Barn to Sleep In 6/18/1940; Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, From Syrian Exile, Denounces Barbaric Aggression & Italy's Entry into War 6/18/1940, U.S. Holds Torch of Demoracy, Congressional Sources Predict Construction of Powerful Atlantic Fleet 6/18/1940, Australian Destroyer Sinks Italian Submarine in Mediterranean 6/18/1940; Italy Has Two Fully Efficient Battleships; Italy's Aircraft, Motor Torpedo Boats, & Submarines May Give Trouble 6/18/1940, Maginot Forts Continue Shelling German Positions Despite Marshal Petain's Cease-Fire Order 6/18/1940, British Trawlers Dodge Minds, U-Boats, Storms, & Fog 6/18/1940, Pirates One Game from Cellar After Double Defeat 6/18/1940, America Worries too Much About Europe While Ignoring Latin America 6/18/1940, Total War 6/18/1940, Elderly Woman Stops Payment on Check to Man & Two Women with Scottish Accents Needing Money for Weaving Shop 6/18/1940, Counsel-General for China Believes Sino-Japanese War Will Never End Unless Japan Kills 450,000,000 Chinese 6/18/1940, Reds Regain First Place as Cardinals Blockade Dodgers 3-1, New Skipper Southworth 5-0 6/18/1940; Capitulation of Holland Reduces Exports from…

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MAGINOT FORTS IN ACTION LONDON, Monday.

18 June 1940, The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995), page 2

…Rome Delares France Must Accept Axis Conditions Before Fighting Stops, Invasion of Britain Predicted by End of June 6/18/1940, French Assets Frozen in U.S. 6/18/1940, Yank Refugee Tells of Paris Evacuation; People Afoot, on Bicycles, or in Carts Lucky to Find Barn to Sleep In 6/18/1940; Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, From Syrian Exile, Denounces Barbaric Aggression & Italy's Entry into War 6/18/1940, U.S. Holds Torch of Demoracy, Congressional Sources Predict Construction of Powerful Atlantic Fleet 6/18/1940, Australian Destroyer Sinks Italian Submarine in Mediterranean 6/18/1940; Italy Has Two Fully Efficient Battleships; Italy's Aircraft, Motor Torpedo Boats, & Submarines May Give Trouble 6/18/1940, Maginot Forts Continue Shelling German Positions Despite Marshal Petain's Cease-Fire Order 6/18/1940, British Trawlers Dodge Minds, U-Boats, Storms, & Fog 6/18/1940, Pirates One Game from Cellar After Double Defeat 6/18/1940, America Worries too Much About Europe While Ignoring Latin America 6/18/1940, Total War 6/18/1940, Elderly Woman Stops Payment on Check to Man & Two Women with Scottish Accents Needing Money for Weaving Shop 6/18/1940, Counsel-General for China Believes Sino-Japanese War Will Never End Unless Japan Kills 450,000,000 Chinese 6/18/1940, Reds Regain First Place as Cardinals Blockade Dodgers 3-1, New Skipper Southworth 5-0 6/18/1940; Capitulation of Holland Reduces Exports from Dutch East Indies by 25%, but Increases Expected from Allies & Japan…

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BRITAIN'S INDOMITABLE TRAWLERS. STILL FISH DESPITE MINES AND U-BOATS.

18 June 1940, Cairns Post (Qld. : 1909 - 1954), page 5

…Britain Predicted by End of June 6/18/1940, French Assets Frozen in U.S. 6/18/1940, Yank Refugee Tells of Paris Evacuation; People Afoot, on Bicycles, or in Carts Lucky to Find Barn to Sleep In 6/18/1940; Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, From Syrian Exile, Denounces Barbaric Aggression & Italy's Entry into War 6/18/1940, U.S. Holds Torch of Demoracy, Congressional Sources Predict Construction of Powerful Atlantic Fleet 6/18/1940, Australian Destroyer Sinks Italian Submarine in Mediterranean 6/18/1940; Italy Has Two Fully Efficient Battleships; Italy's Aircraft, Motor Torpedo Boats, & Submarines May Give Trouble 6/18/1940, Maginot Forts Continue Shelling German Positions Despite Marshal Petain's Cease-Fire Order 6/18/1940, British Trawlers Dodge Minds, U-Boats, Storms, & Fog 6/18/1940, Pirates One Game from Cellar After Double Defeat 6/18/1940, America Worries too Much About Europe While Ignoring Latin America 6/18/1940, Total War 6/18/1940, Elderly Woman Stops Payment on Check to Man & Two Women with Scottish Accents Needing Money for Weaving Shop 6/18/1940, Counsel-General for China Believes Sino-Japanese War Will Never End Unless Japan Kills 450,000,000 Chinese 6/18/1940, Reds Regain First Place as Cardinals Blockade Dodgers 3-1, New Skipper Southworth 5-0 6/18/1940; Capitulation of Holland Reduces Exports from Dutch East Indies by 25%, but Increases Expected from Allies & Japan 6/18/1940, Only the Entry of the U.S. & Russia…

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WHAT IS TOTAL WAR? Sacrifice by All

18 June 1940, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 2

…Barn to Sleep In 6/18/1940; Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, From Syrian Exile, Denounces Barbaric Aggression & Italy's Entry into War 6/18/1940, U.S. Holds Torch of Demoracy, Congressional Sources Predict Construction of Powerful Atlantic Fleet 6/18/1940, Australian Destroyer Sinks Italian Submarine in Mediterranean 6/18/1940; Italy Has Two Fully Efficient Battleships; Italy's Aircraft, Motor Torpedo Boats, & Submarines May Give Trouble 6/18/1940, Maginot Forts Continue Shelling German Positions Despite Marshal Petain's Cease-Fire Order 6/18/1940, British Trawlers Dodge Minds, U-Boats, Storms, & Fog 6/18/1940, Pirates One Game from Cellar After Double Defeat 6/18/1940, America Worries too Much About Europe While Ignoring Latin America 6/18/1940, Total War 6/18/1940, Elderly Woman Stops Payment on Check to Man & Two Women with Scottish Accents Needing Money for Weaving Shop 6/18/1940, Counsel-General for China Believes Sino-Japanese War Will Never End Unless Japan Kills 450,000,000 Chinese 6/18/1940, Reds Regain First Place as Cardinals Blockade Dodgers 3-1, New Skipper Southworth 5-0 6/18/1940; Capitulation of Holland Reduces Exports from Dutch East Indies by 25%, but Increases Expected from Allies & Japan 6/18/1940, Only the Entry of the U.S. & Russia into the War Can Now Save Great Britain 6/18/1940, British Liners Link World in War as in Peace 6/18/1940, France Out of War…

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JAPAN'S THREAT Review By Chinese Consul-General

18 June 1940, Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954), page 6

…Torch of Demoracy, Congressional Sources Predict Construction of Powerful Atlantic Fleet 6/18/1940, Australian Destroyer Sinks Italian Submarine in Mediterranean 6/18/1940; Italy Has Two Fully Efficient Battleships; Italy's Aircraft, Motor Torpedo Boats, & Submarines May Give Trouble 6/18/1940, Maginot Forts Continue Shelling German Positions Despite Marshal Petain's Cease-Fire Order 6/18/1940, British Trawlers Dodge Minds, U-Boats, Storms, & Fog 6/18/1940, Pirates One Game from Cellar After Double Defeat 6/18/1940, America Worries too Much About Europe While Ignoring Latin America 6/18/1940, Total War 6/18/1940, Elderly Woman Stops Payment on Check to Man & Two Women with Scottish Accents Needing Money for Weaving Shop 6/18/1940, Counsel-General for China Believes Sino-Japanese War Will Never End Unless Japan Kills 450,000,000 Chinese 6/18/1940, Reds Regain First Place as Cardinals Blockade Dodgers 3-1, New Skipper Southworth 5-0 6/18/1940; Capitulation of Holland Reduces Exports from Dutch East Indies by 25%, but Increases Expected from Allies & Japan 6/18/1940, Only the Entry of the U.S. & Russia into the War Can Now Save Great Britain 6/18/1940, British Liners Link World in War as in Peace 6/18/1940, France Out of War 6/18/1940, Senate Passes Resolution Against Recognizing Transfer of Western Hemisphere Territory by Non-American Nations 6/18/1940; Churchill Declares Loss of "Battle of Britain" Would Mean Whole World, Including U.S., Will Sink into a New Dark Age…

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DUTCH EAST INDIES. Powers of Governor. BATAVIA, June 16.

18 June 1940, Townsville Daily Bulletin (Qld. : 1885 - 1954), page 4

…Torpedo Boats, & Submarines May Give Trouble 6/18/1940, Maginot Forts Continue Shelling German Positions Despite Marshal Petain's Cease-Fire Order 6/18/1940, British Trawlers Dodge Minds, U-Boats, Storms, & Fog 6/18/1940, Pirates One Game from Cellar After Double Defeat 6/18/1940, America Worries too Much About Europe While Ignoring Latin America 6/18/1940, Total War 6/18/1940, Elderly Woman Stops Payment on Check to Man & Two Women with Scottish Accents Needing Money for Weaving Shop 6/18/1940, Counsel-General for China Believes Sino-Japanese War Will Never End Unless Japan Kills 450,000,000 Chinese 6/18/1940, Reds Regain First Place as Cardinals Blockade Dodgers 3-1, New Skipper Southworth 5-0 6/18/1940; Capitulation of Holland Reduces Exports from Dutch East Indies by 25%, but Increases Expected from Allies & Japan 6/18/1940, Only the Entry of the U.S. & Russia into the War Can Now Save Great Britain 6/18/1940, British Liners Link World in War as in Peace 6/18/1940, France Out of War 6/18/1940, Senate Passes Resolution Against Recognizing Transfer of Western Hemisphere Territory by Non-American Nations 6/18/1940; Churchill Declares Loss of "Battle of Britain" Would Mean Whole World, Including U.S., Will Sink into a New Dark Age 6/18/1940, Text of Churchill's War Plea Globalization41.…

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WORLD LINKED IN WAR AS IN PEACE BRITISH LINERS CARRY ON

18 June 1940, The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995), page 3

…Defeat 6/18/1940, America Worries too Much About Europe While Ignoring Latin America 6/18/1940, Total War 6/18/1940, Elderly Woman Stops Payment on Check to Man & Two Women with Scottish Accents Needing Money for Weaving Shop 6/18/1940, Counsel-General for China Believes Sino-Japanese War Will Never End Unless Japan Kills 450,000,000 Chinese 6/18/1940, Reds Regain First Place as Cardinals Blockade Dodgers 3-1, New Skipper Southworth 5-0 6/18/1940; Capitulation of Holland Reduces Exports from Dutch East Indies by 25%, but Increases Expected from Allies & Japan 6/18/1940, Only the Entry of the U.S. & Russia into the War Can Now Save Great Britain 6/18/1940, British Liners Link World in War as in Peace 6/18/1940, France Out of War 6/18/1940, Senate Passes Resolution Against Recognizing Transfer of Western Hemisphere Territory by Non-American Nations 6/18/1940; Churchill Declares Loss of "Battle of Britain" Would Mean Whole World, Including U.S., Will Sink into a New Dark Age 6/18/1940, Text of Churchill's War Plea Globalization41.…

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France Out of War "FACE STERN REALITIES" Mr. Hughes's Call

18 June 1940, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 2

…Latin America 6/18/1940, Total War 6/18/1940, Elderly Woman Stops Payment on Check to Man & Two Women with Scottish Accents Needing Money for Weaving Shop 6/18/1940, Counsel-General for China Believes Sino-Japanese War Will Never End Unless Japan Kills 450,000,000 Chinese 6/18/1940, Reds Regain First Place as Cardinals Blockade Dodgers 3-1, New Skipper Southworth 5-0 6/18/1940; Capitulation of Holland Reduces Exports from Dutch East Indies by 25%, but Increases Expected from Allies & Japan 6/18/1940, Only the Entry of the U.S. & Russia into the War Can Now Save Great Britain 6/18/1940, British Liners Link World in War as in Peace 6/18/1940, France Out of War 6/18/1940, Senate Passes Resolution Against Recognizing Transfer of Western Hemisphere Territory by Non-American Nations 6/18/1940; Churchill Declares Loss of "Battle of Britain" Would Mean Whole World, Including U.S., Will Sink into a New Dark Age 6/18/1940, Text of Churchill's War Plea Globalization41.…

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ITALY'S ARMS Navy is the Strongest ARMY WEAKEST

18 June 1940, Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser (NSW : 1894 - 1954), page 3

…Human & Material Resources for War, Overseas Service Will Remain Voluntary, Part 1 6/18/1940, Canada to Mobilize All Human & Material Resources for War, Overseas Service Will Remain Voluntary, Part 2 6/18/1940, Threat of Nazi-Dominated Europe Fails to Deliver Serious Jolt to Stock Market 6/18/1940, Churchill Says He Was Not Surprised by Military Events in France, Future of Civilization Depends on Britain 6/18/1940, Largest Graduating Class in History (236) of the Army Air Corps Flying School at Kelly Field Set to Complete Training 6/18/1940, Churchill Proposed Union of British & French Empires for Continued Prosecution of War, but Petain Declined 6/18/1940; Italy's Army at 1,500,000 Men in 77 Divisions; Navy Comprises 11 Battleships, 25 Cruisers, 75 Destroyers, & 135 Subs 6/18/1940, Peace-Time Personnel for Italian Navy Totals About 68,000, Ships Include Two Modern Battleships of 35,000 Tons Italian Navy at War, 1940-1942 Photo, Italian Battleship Littorio, Side View Italian Battleship Vittorio Veneto, Wikipedia Italian Battleship Littorio, Wikipedia Photo, Italian Battleship Roma Photo, On the Deck, Forward Turrets, Italian Battleship Roma Italian Battleship Roma (1940), Wikipedia Photo, Italian Battleships Littorio & Vittorio Firing Salvos 6/18/1940, Italy's Savoia-Marchetti Three-Engine Bombers Are Second Only British Bombers, Italian Engineers Best in World Photo, Savoia-Marchetti Three-Engine Bomber Savoia-Marchetti SM.81, Wikipedia 6/18/1940, Steamship Niagara Lost on Run from Australia to Canada, SOS Reports Liner Going Down,…

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NAVAL PERSONNEL

18 June 1940, Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser (NSW : 1894 - 1954), page 3

…Material Resources for War, Overseas Service Will Remain Voluntary, Part 2 6/18/1940, Threat of Nazi-Dominated Europe Fails to Deliver Serious Jolt to Stock Market 6/18/1940, Churchill Says He Was Not Surprised by Military Events in France, Future of Civilization Depends on Britain 6/18/1940, Largest Graduating Class in History (236) of the Army Air Corps Flying School at Kelly Field Set to Complete Training 6/18/1940, Churchill Proposed Union of British & French Empires for Continued Prosecution of War, but Petain Declined 6/18/1940; Italy's Army at 1,500,000 Men in 77 Divisions; Navy Comprises 11 Battleships, 25 Cruisers, 75 Destroyers, & 135 Subs 6/18/1940, Peace-Time Personnel for Italian Navy Totals About 68,000, Ships Include Two Modern Battleships of 35,000 Tons Italian Navy at War, 1940-1942 Photo, Italian Battleship Littorio, Side View Italian Battleship Vittorio Veneto, Wikipedia Italian Battleship Littorio, Wikipedia Photo, Italian Battleship Roma Photo, On the Deck, Forward Turrets, Italian Battleship Roma Italian Battleship Roma (1940), Wikipedia Photo, Italian Battleships Littorio & Vittorio Firing Salvos 6/18/1940, Italy's Savoia-Marchetti Three-Engine Bombers Are Second Only British Bombers, Italian Engineers Best in World Photo, Savoia-Marchetti Three-Engine Bomber Savoia-Marchetti SM.81, Wikipedia 6/18/1940, Steamship Niagara Lost on Run from Australia to Canada, SOS Reports Liner Going Down, Ship Carries Crew of 200 6/18/1940, Question of World in Flames vs. Weak Economy Splits Republicans in…

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THE AIR FORCE

18 June 1940, Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser (NSW : 1894 - 1954), page 3

…6/18/1940, Churchill Proposed Union of British & French Empires for Continued Prosecution of War, but Petain Declined 6/18/1940; Italy's Army at 1,500,000 Men in 77 Divisions; Navy Comprises 11 Battleships, 25 Cruisers, 75 Destroyers, & 135 Subs 6/18/1940, Peace-Time Personnel for Italian Navy Totals About 68,000, Ships Include Two Modern Battleships of 35,000 Tons Italian Navy at War, 1940-1942 Photo, Italian Battleship Littorio, Side View Italian Battleship Vittorio Veneto, Wikipedia Italian Battleship Littorio, Wikipedia Photo, Italian Battleship Roma Photo, On the Deck, Forward Turrets, Italian Battleship Roma Italian Battleship Roma (1940), Wikipedia Photo, Italian Battleships Littorio & Vittorio Firing Salvos 6/18/1940, Italy's Savoia-Marchetti Three-Engine Bombers Are Second Only British Bombers, Italian Engineers Best in World Photo, Savoia-Marchetti Three-Engine Bomber Savoia-Marchetti SM.81, Wikipedia 6/18/1940, Steamship Niagara Lost on Run from Australia to Canada, SOS Reports Liner Going Down, Ship Carries Crew of 200 6/18/1940, Question of World in Flames vs. Weak Economy Splits Republicans in Upcoming National Convention Note: The successful German Blitz in France temporarily decreased political support for isolationists, resulting in Wendell Willkie, a dark-horse businessman and pro-British interventionist, getting the Republican Convention's nomination for President. As the election approached, Willkie switched from interventionism by accusing F.D.R. of being too eager to get America into the European war. Roosevelt, the ultimate politician, blamed business…

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REDS MOVE AGAIN Latvia, Estonia Capitulate Troops March

18 June 1940, The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), page 2

…June 18, 1940 Post Number: #3 by Globalization41 on 10 Mar 2014, 14:29 6/18/1940; Kovno, Lithuanian Capital, Occupied by 500,000 Russian Troops & 200 Tanks; Police Chief Arrested; Berlin Uneasy 6/18/1940, Italian Planes Raid Egyptian Frontier Fort, Four Italian Subs Sunk, Abyssinian Chiefs Support French 6/18/1940; Senator Pittman, Foreign Relations Committee, Declares U.S. Will Defend Western Hemisphere Against Hitler 6/18/1940; French Surrender, Reynaud Resigns, Petain Takes Over, Duty to Allies Fulfilled, London Volunteers U.S., Part 1 6/18/1940; French Surrender, Reynaud Resigns, Petain Takes Over, Duty to Allies Fulfilled, London Volunteers U.S., Part 2 6/18/1940, Waves of German Warplanes Bomb Masses of Refugees Escaping Paris, Strafing Planes Fitted with Screaming Sirens 6/18/1940, Maginot Line Rendered Useless by German Pincers Movement, Alsace & Lorraine Abandoned by French 6/18/1940; Soviets Alarmed by Recent…

…6/18/1940; Kovno, Lithuanian Capital, Occupied by 500,000 Russian Troops & 200 Tanks; Police Chief Arrested; Berlin Uneasy 6/18/1940, Italian Planes Raid Egyptian Frontier Fort, Four Italian Subs Sunk, Abyssinian Chiefs Support French 6/18/1940; Senator Pittman, Foreign Relations Committee, Declares U.S. Will Defend Western Hemisphere Against Hitler 6/18/1940; French Surrender, Reynaud Resigns, Petain Takes Over, Duty to Allies Fulfilled, London Volunteers U.S., Part 1 6/18/1940; French Surrender, Reynaud Resigns, Petain Takes Over, Duty to Allies Fulfilled, London Volunteers U.S., Part 2 6/18/1940, Waves of German Warplanes Bomb Masses of Refugees Escaping Paris, Strafing Planes Fitted with Screaming Sirens 6/18/1940, Maginot Line Rendered Useless by German Pincers Movement, Alsace & Lorraine Abandoned by French 6/18/1940; Soviets Alarmed by Recent German Moves in Balkans, but Moscow Denies Balkans Protection Pact 6/18/1940, Australian P.M. Mr. Menzies…

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America Will Defend Western World

18 June 1940, The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), page 2

…6/18/1940; Kovno, Lithuanian Capital, Occupied by 500,000 Russian Troops & 200 Tanks; Police Chief Arrested; Berlin Uneasy 6/18/1940, Italian Planes Raid Egyptian Frontier Fort, Four Italian Subs Sunk, Abyssinian Chiefs Support French 6/18/1940; Senator Pittman, Foreign Relations Committee, Declares U.S. Will Defend Western Hemisphere Against Hitler 6/18/1940; French Surrender, Reynaud Resigns, Petain Takes Over, Duty to Allies Fulfilled, London Volunteers U.S., Part 1 6/18/1940; French Surrender, Reynaud Resigns, Petain Takes Over, Duty to Allies Fulfilled, London Volunteers U.S., Part 2 6/18/1940, Waves of German Warplanes Bomb Masses of Refugees Escaping Paris, Strafing Planes Fitted with Screaming Sirens 6/18/1940, Maginot Line Rendered Useless by German Pincers Movement, Alsace & Lorraine Abandoned by French 6/18/1940; Soviets Alarmed by Recent German Moves in Balkans, but Moscow Denies Balkans Protection Pact 6/18/1940, Australian P.M. Mr. Menzies Believes World Can Still Be Saved as Long as Britain Holds Out 6/18/1940; Switzerland…

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FRENCH GOVERNMENT DECIDES TO GIVE UP FIGHT Peace Negotiations Begun By New Premier REYNAUD'S RESIGNATION Britain Resolved To Continue Until Victory Is Won LONDON, June 17.

18 June 1940, The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), page 1

…6/18/1940; Kovno, Lithuanian Capital, Occupied by 500,000 Russian Troops & 200 Tanks; Police Chief Arrested; Berlin Uneasy 6/18/1940, Italian Planes Raid Egyptian Frontier Fort, Four Italian Subs Sunk, Abyssinian Chiefs Support French 6/18/1940; Senator Pittman, Foreign Relations Committee, Declares U.S. Will Defend Western Hemisphere Against Hitler 6/18/1940; French Surrender, Reynaud Resigns, Petain Takes Over, Duty to Allies Fulfilled, London Volunteers U.S., Part 1 6/18/1940; French Surrender, Reynaud Resigns, Petain Takes Over, Duty to Allies Fulfilled, London Volunteers U.S., Part 2 6/18/1940, Waves of German Warplanes Bomb Masses of Refugees Escaping Paris, Strafing Planes Fitted with Screaming Sirens 6/18/1940, Maginot Line Rendered Useless by German Pincers Movement, Alsace & Lorraine Abandoned by French 6/18/1940; Soviets Alarmed by Recent German Moves in Balkans, but Moscow Denies Balkans Protection Pact 6/18/1940, Australian P.M. Mr. Menzies Believes World Can Still Be Saved as Long as Britain Holds Out 6/18/1940; Switzerland Orders Increased Military Preparedness, but Denies Being Invaded by Germany 6/18/1940, Lithuanian Government Announces the Increase of…

…6/18/1940; Kovno, Lithuanian Capital, Occupied by 500,000 Russian Troops & 200 Tanks; Police Chief Arrested; Berlin Uneasy 6/18/1940, Italian Planes Raid Egyptian Frontier Fort, Four Italian Subs Sunk, Abyssinian Chiefs Support French 6/18/1940; Senator Pittman, Foreign Relations Committee, Declares U.S. Will Defend Western Hemisphere Against Hitler 6/18/1940; French Surrender, Reynaud Resigns, Petain Takes Over, Duty to Allies Fulfilled, London Volunteers U.S., Part 1 6/18/1940; French Surrender, Reynaud Resigns, Petain Takes Over, Duty to Allies Fulfilled, London Volunteers U.S., Part 2 6/18/1940, Waves of German Warplanes Bomb Masses of Refugees Escaping Paris, Strafing Planes Fitted with Screaming Sirens 6/18/1940, Maginot Line Rendered Useless by German Pincers Movement, Alsace & Lorraine Abandoned by French 6/18/1940; Soviets Alarmed by Recent German Moves in Balkans, but Moscow Denies Balkans Protection Pact 6/18/1940, Australian P.M. Mr. Menzies Believes World Can Still Be Saved as Long as Britain Holds Out 6/18/1940; Switzerland Orders Increased Military Preparedness, but Denies Being Invaded by Germany 6/18/1940, Lithuanian Government Announces the Increase of Soviet Garrisons Was Necessary for Security of Eastern Europe 6/18/1940, Russian Ultimatums Threaten Occupation in Estonia &…

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SAD TREK FROM PARIS Sufferings Of Refugees Air Attacks

18 June 1940, The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), page 1

…6/18/1940; Kovno, Lithuanian Capital, Occupied by 500,000 Russian Troops & 200 Tanks; Police Chief Arrested; Berlin Uneasy 6/18/1940, Italian Planes Raid Egyptian Frontier Fort, Four Italian Subs Sunk, Abyssinian Chiefs Support French 6/18/1940; Senator Pittman, Foreign Relations Committee, Declares U.S. Will Defend Western Hemisphere Against Hitler 6/18/1940; French Surrender, Reynaud Resigns, Petain Takes Over, Duty to Allies Fulfilled, London Volunteers U.S., Part 1 6/18/1940; French Surrender, Reynaud Resigns, Petain Takes Over, Duty to Allies Fulfilled, London Volunteers U.S., Part 2 6/18/1940, Waves of German Warplanes Bomb Masses of Refugees Escaping Paris, Strafing Planes Fitted with Screaming Sirens 6/18/1940, Maginot Line Rendered Useless by German Pincers Movement, Alsace & Lorraine Abandoned by French 6/18/1940; Soviets Alarmed by Recent German Moves in Balkans, but Moscow Denies Balkans Protection Pact 6/18/1940, Australian P.M. Mr. Menzies Believes World Can Still Be Saved as Long as Britain Holds Out 6/18/1940; Switzerland Orders Increased Military Preparedness, but Denies Being Invaded by Germany 6/18/1940, Lithuanian Government Announces the Increase of Soviet Garrisons Was Necessary for Security of Eastern Europe 6/18/1940, Russian Ultimatums Threaten Occupation in Estonia & Latvia Unless Soviet Bases Are Guaranteed 6/18/1940, Soviet Moves into Baltic States May Be Due to Alarm…

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"CAUGHT IN PINCERS" French Said To Be Leaving Line NAZI GAINS

18 June 1940, The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), page 1

…6/18/1940; Kovno, Lithuanian Capital, Occupied by 500,000 Russian Troops & 200 Tanks; Police Chief Arrested; Berlin Uneasy 6/18/1940, Italian Planes Raid Egyptian Frontier Fort, Four Italian Subs Sunk, Abyssinian Chiefs Support French 6/18/1940; Senator Pittman, Foreign Relations Committee, Declares U.S. Will Defend Western Hemisphere Against Hitler 6/18/1940; French Surrender, Reynaud Resigns, Petain Takes Over, Duty to Allies Fulfilled, London Volunteers U.S., Part 1 6/18/1940; French Surrender, Reynaud Resigns, Petain Takes Over, Duty to Allies Fulfilled, London Volunteers U.S., Part 2 6/18/1940, Waves of German Warplanes Bomb Masses of Refugees Escaping Paris, Strafing Planes Fitted with Screaming Sirens 6/18/1940, Maginot Line Rendered Useless by German Pincers Movement, Alsace & Lorraine Abandoned by French 6/18/1940; Soviets Alarmed by Recent German Moves in Balkans, but Moscow Denies Balkans Protection Pact 6/18/1940, Australian P.M. Mr. Menzies Believes World Can Still Be Saved as Long as Britain Holds Out 6/18/1940; Switzerland Orders Increased Military Preparedness, but Denies Being Invaded by Germany 6/18/1940, Lithuanian Government Announces the Increase of Soviet Garrisons Was Necessary for Security of Eastern Europe 6/18/1940, Russian Ultimatums Threaten Occupation in Estonia & Latvia Unless Soviet Bases Are Guaranteed 6/18/1940, Soviet Moves into Baltic States May Be Due to Alarm from German Expansion & Perceived Necessary Defense 6/18/1940, Existence of Baltic States Has Never Been…

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PACT PLAN DENIED Soviet Interest In Balkans GERMAN MOVES

18 June 1940, The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), page 1

…Police Chief Arrested; Berlin Uneasy 6/18/1940, Italian Planes Raid Egyptian Frontier Fort, Four Italian Subs Sunk, Abyssinian Chiefs Support French 6/18/1940; Senator Pittman, Foreign Relations Committee, Declares U.S. Will Defend Western Hemisphere Against Hitler 6/18/1940; French Surrender, Reynaud Resigns, Petain Takes Over, Duty to Allies Fulfilled, London Volunteers U.S., Part 1 6/18/1940; French Surrender, Reynaud Resigns, Petain Takes Over, Duty to Allies Fulfilled, London Volunteers U.S., Part 2 6/18/1940, Waves of German Warplanes Bomb Masses of Refugees Escaping Paris, Strafing Planes Fitted with Screaming Sirens 6/18/1940, Maginot Line Rendered Useless by German Pincers Movement, Alsace & Lorraine Abandoned by French 6/18/1940; Soviets Alarmed by Recent German Moves in Balkans, but Moscow Denies Balkans Protection Pact 6/18/1940, Australian P.M. Mr. Menzies Believes World Can Still Be Saved as Long as Britain Holds Out 6/18/1940; Switzerland Orders Increased Military Preparedness, but Denies Being Invaded by Germany 6/18/1940, Lithuanian Government Announces the Increase of Soviet Garrisons Was Necessary for Security of Eastern Europe 6/18/1940, Russian Ultimatums Threaten Occupation in Estonia & Latvia Unless Soviet Bases Are Guaranteed 6/18/1940, Soviet Moves into Baltic States May Be Due to Alarm from German Expansion & Perceived Necessary Defense 6/18/1940, Existence of Baltic States Has Never Been a Great Success, Progress Was Slow Before Russian Occupation 6/18/1940, Britain's Position Extremely Grave, New…

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"This Is Not The End," Says Prime Minister MELBOURNE, June 17.

18 June 1940, The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), page 1

…Sunk, Abyssinian Chiefs Support French 6/18/1940; Senator Pittman, Foreign Relations Committee, Declares U.S. Will Defend Western Hemisphere Against Hitler 6/18/1940; French Surrender, Reynaud Resigns, Petain Takes Over, Duty to Allies Fulfilled, London Volunteers U.S., Part 1 6/18/1940; French Surrender, Reynaud Resigns, Petain Takes Over, Duty to Allies Fulfilled, London Volunteers U.S., Part 2 6/18/1940, Waves of German Warplanes Bomb Masses of Refugees Escaping Paris, Strafing Planes Fitted with Screaming Sirens 6/18/1940, Maginot Line Rendered Useless by German Pincers Movement, Alsace & Lorraine Abandoned by French 6/18/1940; Soviets Alarmed by Recent German Moves in Balkans, but Moscow Denies Balkans Protection Pact 6/18/1940, Australian P.M. Mr. Menzies Believes World Can Still Be Saved as Long as Britain Holds Out 6/18/1940; Switzerland Orders Increased Military Preparedness, but Denies Being Invaded by Germany 6/18/1940, Lithuanian Government Announces the Increase of Soviet Garrisons Was Necessary for Security of Eastern Europe 6/18/1940, Russian Ultimatums Threaten Occupation in Estonia & Latvia Unless Soviet Bases Are Guaranteed 6/18/1940, Soviet Moves into Baltic States May Be Due to Alarm from German Expansion & Perceived Necessary Defense 6/18/1940, Existence of Baltic States Has Never Been a Great Success, Progress Was Slow Before Russian Occupation 6/18/1940, Britain's Position Extremely Grave, New Franco-British Nation Suggested 6/18/1940, Lessons Learned by Stalin in the Finnish Campaign Allowed for More Efficient Occupation…

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Nazi Invasion Of Switzerland Denied LONDON, June 17.

18 June 1940, The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), page 2

…Against Hitler 6/18/1940; French Surrender, Reynaud Resigns, Petain Takes Over, Duty to Allies Fulfilled, London Volunteers U.S., Part 1 6/18/1940; French Surrender, Reynaud Resigns, Petain Takes Over, Duty to Allies Fulfilled, London Volunteers U.S., Part 2 6/18/1940, Waves of German Warplanes Bomb Masses of Refugees Escaping Paris, Strafing Planes Fitted with Screaming Sirens 6/18/1940, Maginot Line Rendered Useless by German Pincers Movement, Alsace & Lorraine Abandoned by French 6/18/1940; Soviets Alarmed by Recent German Moves in Balkans, but Moscow Denies Balkans Protection Pact 6/18/1940, Australian P.M. Mr. Menzies Believes World Can Still Be Saved as Long as Britain Holds Out 6/18/1940; Switzerland Orders Increased Military Preparedness, but Denies Being Invaded by Germany 6/18/1940, Lithuanian Government Announces the Increase of Soviet Garrisons Was Necessary for Security of Eastern Europe 6/18/1940, Russian Ultimatums Threaten Occupation in Estonia & Latvia Unless Soviet Bases Are Guaranteed 6/18/1940, Soviet Moves into Baltic States May Be Due to Alarm from German Expansion & Perceived Necessary Defense 6/18/1940, Existence of Baltic States Has Never Been a Great Success, Progress Was Slow Before Russian Occupation 6/18/1940, Britain's Position Extremely Grave, New Franco-British Nation Suggested 6/18/1940, Lessons Learned by Stalin in the Finnish Campaign Allowed for More Efficient Occupation of Baltic Sates Globalization41.…

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SOVIET MOVES. IN BALTIC STATES. Demands on Latvia and Esthonia. LONDON, June 16.

18 June 1940, Queensland Times (Ipswich) (Qld. : 1909 - 1954), page 5

…Allies Fulfilled, London Volunteers U.S., Part 1 6/18/1940; French Surrender, Reynaud Resigns, Petain Takes Over, Duty to Allies Fulfilled, London Volunteers U.S., Part 2 6/18/1940, Waves of German Warplanes Bomb Masses of Refugees Escaping Paris, Strafing Planes Fitted with Screaming Sirens 6/18/1940, Maginot Line Rendered Useless by German Pincers Movement, Alsace & Lorraine Abandoned by French 6/18/1940; Soviets Alarmed by Recent German Moves in Balkans, but Moscow Denies Balkans Protection Pact 6/18/1940, Australian P.M. Mr. Menzies Believes World Can Still Be Saved as Long as Britain Holds Out 6/18/1940; Switzerland Orders Increased Military Preparedness, but Denies Being Invaded by Germany 6/18/1940, Lithuanian Government Announces the Increase of Soviet Garrisons Was Necessary for Security of Eastern Europe 6/18/1940, Russian Ultimatums Threaten Occupation in Estonia & Latvia Unless Soviet Bases Are Guaranteed 6/18/1940, Soviet Moves into Baltic States May Be Due to Alarm from German Expansion & Perceived Necessary Defense 6/18/1940, Existence of Baltic States Has Never Been a Great Success, Progress Was Slow Before Russian Occupation 6/18/1940, Britain's Position Extremely Grave, New Franco-British Nation Suggested 6/18/1940, Lessons Learned by Stalin in the Finnish Campaign Allowed for More Efficient Occupation of Baltic Sates Globalization41.…

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RUSSIAN MOVES Germany Said To Be Uneasy LONDON, June 16

18 June 1940, Riverine Herald (Echuca, Vic. : Moama, NSW : 1869 - 1954), page 2

…to Allies Fulfilled, London Volunteers U.S., Part 2 6/18/1940, Waves of German Warplanes Bomb Masses of Refugees Escaping Paris, Strafing Planes Fitted with Screaming Sirens 6/18/1940, Maginot Line Rendered Useless by German Pincers Movement, Alsace & Lorraine Abandoned by French 6/18/1940; Soviets Alarmed by Recent German Moves in Balkans, but Moscow Denies Balkans Protection Pact 6/18/1940, Australian P.M. Mr. Menzies Believes World Can Still Be Saved as Long as Britain Holds Out 6/18/1940; Switzerland Orders Increased Military Preparedness, but Denies Being Invaded by Germany 6/18/1940, Lithuanian Government Announces the Increase of Soviet Garrisons Was Necessary for Security of Eastern Europe 6/18/1940, Russian Ultimatums Threaten Occupation in Estonia & Latvia Unless Soviet Bases Are Guaranteed 6/18/1940, Soviet Moves into Baltic States May Be Due to Alarm from German Expansion & Perceived Necessary Defense 6/18/1940, Existence of Baltic States Has Never Been a Great Success, Progress Was Slow Before Russian Occupation 6/18/1940, Britain's Position Extremely Grave, New Franco-British Nation Suggested 6/18/1940, Lessons Learned by Stalin in the Finnish Campaign Allowed for More Efficient Occupation of Baltic Sates Globalization41.…

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SOVIET POLICY

18 June 1940, The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), page 3

…Masses of Refugees Escaping Paris, Strafing Planes Fitted with Screaming Sirens 6/18/1940, Maginot Line Rendered Useless by German Pincers Movement, Alsace & Lorraine Abandoned by French 6/18/1940; Soviets Alarmed by Recent German Moves in Balkans, but Moscow Denies Balkans Protection Pact 6/18/1940, Australian P.M. Mr. Menzies Believes World Can Still Be Saved as Long as Britain Holds Out 6/18/1940; Switzerland Orders Increased Military Preparedness, but Denies Being Invaded by Germany 6/18/1940, Lithuanian Government Announces the Increase of Soviet Garrisons Was Necessary for Security of Eastern Europe 6/18/1940, Russian Ultimatums Threaten Occupation in Estonia & Latvia Unless Soviet Bases Are Guaranteed 6/18/1940, Soviet Moves into Baltic States May Be Due to Alarm from German Expansion & Perceived Necessary Defense 6/18/1940, Existence of Baltic States Has Never Been a Great Success, Progress Was Slow Before Russian Occupation 6/18/1940, Britain's Position Extremely Grave, New Franco-British Nation Suggested 6/18/1940, Lessons Learned by Stalin in the Finnish Campaign Allowed for More Efficient Occupation of Baltic Sates Globalization41.…

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WAR NOTES BALTIC STATES Former Russian Territory Hitler's Pledges

18 June 1940, The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), page 2

…Pincers Movement, Alsace & Lorraine Abandoned by French 6/18/1940; Soviets Alarmed by Recent German Moves in Balkans, but Moscow Denies Balkans Protection Pact 6/18/1940, Australian P.M. Mr. Menzies Believes World Can Still Be Saved as Long as Britain Holds Out 6/18/1940; Switzerland Orders Increased Military Preparedness, but Denies Being Invaded by Germany 6/18/1940, Lithuanian Government Announces the Increase of Soviet Garrisons Was Necessary for Security of Eastern Europe 6/18/1940, Russian Ultimatums Threaten Occupation in Estonia & Latvia Unless Soviet Bases Are Guaranteed 6/18/1940, Soviet Moves into Baltic States May Be Due to Alarm from German Expansion & Perceived Necessary Defense 6/18/1940, Existence of Baltic States Has Never Been a Great Success, Progress Was Slow Before Russian Occupation 6/18/1940, Britain's Position Extremely Grave, New Franco-British Nation Suggested 6/18/1940, Lessons Learned by Stalin in the Finnish Campaign Allowed for More Efficient Occupation of Baltic Sates Globalization41.…

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FRANCE SEEKS SEPARATE PEACE EXTREMELY GRAVE POSITION FOR BRITAIN. A NEW FRANCO-BRITISH NATION SUGGESTED.

18 June 1940, The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder (NSW : 1913 - 1954), page 3

…but Moscow Denies Balkans Protection Pact 6/18/1940, Australian P.M. Mr. Menzies Believes World Can Still Be Saved as Long as Britain Holds Out 6/18/1940; Switzerland Orders Increased Military Preparedness, but Denies Being Invaded by Germany 6/18/1940, Lithuanian Government Announces the Increase of Soviet Garrisons Was Necessary for Security of Eastern Europe 6/18/1940, Russian Ultimatums Threaten Occupation in Estonia & Latvia Unless Soviet Bases Are Guaranteed 6/18/1940, Soviet Moves into Baltic States May Be Due to Alarm from German Expansion & Perceived Necessary Defense 6/18/1940, Existence of Baltic States Has Never Been a Great Success, Progress Was Slow Before Russian Occupation 6/18/1940, Britain's Position Extremely Grave, New Franco-British Nation Suggested 6/18/1940, Lessons Learned by Stalin in the Finnish Campaign Allowed for More Efficient Occupation of Baltic Sates Globalization41.…

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STALIN LEARNED LESSON FROM FINLAND Red Army Improved

18 June 1940, News (Adelaide, SA : 1923 - 1954), page 3

…Mr. Menzies Believes World Can Still Be Saved as Long as Britain Holds Out 6/18/1940; Switzerland Orders Increased Military Preparedness, but Denies Being Invaded by Germany 6/18/1940, Lithuanian Government Announces the Increase of Soviet Garrisons Was Necessary for Security of Eastern Europe 6/18/1940, Russian Ultimatums Threaten Occupation in Estonia & Latvia Unless Soviet Bases Are Guaranteed 6/18/1940, Soviet Moves into Baltic States May Be Due to Alarm from German Expansion & Perceived Necessary Defense 6/18/1940, Existence of Baltic States Has Never Been a Great Success, Progress Was Slow Before Russian Occupation 6/18/1940, Britain's Position Extremely Grave, New Franco-British Nation Suggested 6/18/1940, Lessons Learned by Stalin in the Finnish Campaign Allowed for More Efficient Occupation of Baltic Sates Globalization41.…