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In North-East England Enemy raiders were over a north-east of England town early this morning, and. after a shower of flares, hundreds of incendiary bombs were dropped, causing numerous fires. Fire-watchers were quickly on the job, and many of the outbreaks were soon under contr
Good Work at Kursk Soviet tank forces have rendered great service in the grave situation which has developed on the Kursk front, said Moscow radio early to-day. "By their swift onslaught and counter manoeuvring they paralysed enemy action over a big stretch of the front.”—Reuter
Only Planning' Worth While in Eire " The only planning that is worth anything at all in Eire at the moment is planning to keep body and soul together for the remainder of the war,” said Mr. A. G, Bruty in an address which he delivered after had been invested president of the Dub
Plans for Unification Plans for the unification of railways in Britain are already well under way, envisaging either public ownership or a form of controlled industry, said Mr. F. J. Burrows. President of the National Union of Raiiwaymen, at the annual meeting at Blackpool yeste