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TWO RAIDERS

TWO RAIDERS

Short Time Over South Coast of England An Air Ministry and Ministry of Home Security commuique last night stated; —' Shortly before dark this evening two enemy aircraft were momentarly over the south-east coast of England. bombs were dropped. Otherwise there has been nothing to
07 July 1942 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HIGH TREASON CHARGE

HIGH TREASON CHARGE

Against 18 South Africans PRETORIA, Monday. Robey Leibrandt, alleged Nazi agent, and 17 other people were formally charged with high treason when their preparatory examination was resumed here to-day. All pleaded not guilty. Leibrandt. formerly South African heavyweight boxing c
07 July 1942 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ARBITRATION TRIBUNAL

ARBITRATION TRIBUNAL

The National Arbitration Tribunal (Northern Ireland) has held that an agreement entered into between the London Employers’ Association and the National Union of Shop Assistants. Warehousemen and Clerks and the National Union of Distributive and Allied Workers is still in operati
07 July 1942 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BRITISH CONVOY LOSSES

BRITISH CONVOY LOSSES

“LESS THAN ONE IN 200” TOLL OF ENEMY SHIPS WASHINGTON, Monday. LESS than one in every 200 convoyed British ships has been lost, declared Lt.-General G. N. Macready, head of the British Army Staff here, in an address at the opening of an exhibition of British war weapons at the S
07 July 1942 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
VON BOCK’S FURIOUS ONSLAUGHT

VON BOCK’S FURIOUS ONSLAUGHT

Russians Forced to Give Ground
07 July 1942 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Strong Russian Attack

Strong Russian Attack

Meantime a strong Russian attack has been launched north of Orel, 90 miles north of Kursk. Berlin said that the attack was a powerful one, with strong forces supported by numerous tanks and Air Force units.” Fierce fighting Is also going on in the Rzhev area west of Moscow, wher
07 July 1942 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LORD HALIFAX HOME

LORD HALIFAX HOME

Talks With Mr. Eden Lord Halifax, British Ambassador to Washington, who has just flown home on month’s leave, had his first talk with Mr. Eden, the Foreign Secretary, yesterday. Despite Mr. Churchill’s recent visit to America there are great many things about which it is necessa
07 July 1942 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CHINESE LEADER’S MESSAGE

CHINESE LEADER’S MESSAGE

Sixth Year of War Started with Confidence Yesterday, on the fifth anniversary of the Japanese invasion, General Chiang Kai-Shek told China mourning 6,000.000 casualties: “We may face worse reverses in the next few months, but these will be short, and the final collapse of our en
07 July 1942 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
EIRE EXPORT BAN

EIRE EXPORT BAN

The Eire Government has issued an Order continuing the prohibition, except under licence, of the export of scrap iron and scrap steel until June 30, 1943. Colwall Park.— There will no more racing at Colwall Park. The racecourse, situated near Malvern, has been sold for building
07 July 1942 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PRODUCE AND COMMODITIES GRAIN

PRODUCE AND COMMODITIES GRAIN

LONDON (The Baltic). —WHEAT— The market was quiet following the holiday the U.S.A. and shippers repeated their offers; No. 1 Northern Manitoba (West St. John/Halifax/ Portland). Sept. 1-15 37s Bd, Oct. 16-31 3Ss 2d, do. St. Lawrence Oct. 37s 6id; Australian (new crop), July-Aug.
07 July 1942 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland