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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 23 November 1941

General Tojo, Japan's Premier

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
GERMANS USE MOBILE OIL REFINERIES [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 23 November 1941

GERMANS USE MOBILE OIL / REFINE RIES The Istailbul correspondent of. ''The Times" states , that an in teresting feature of German equiip meint in Russia is the use. of mobile oil refineries, which follow the ad-; vancing forces, evidently with the object of refining on the spot for immediate use by advanced motor ised units aiid aircraft whatever stocks of oil may be.captured.

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
"Defend Ourselves to the Utmost" [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 23 November 1941

"Defend Ourselves to the Utmost" The Army Minister (Mr. Forde), .yesterday broadcast a warning emphasising the growing menace in the near north. Mr. Forde stated: '<The * enemy needn't seek any wea kening in Australia. After years of forboding, Australia was almost face to face with a local emergency, which, if it comes, will doubtless 'be the worst Australia has ever had to meet. If involved in war against our will, we would defend ourselves to the utmost."

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 23 November 1941

JAPAN'S striking forces seen in ac tion in these exclusive airmail pic tures. (Top), Japanese infantry Sscramble up a hillside in pursuit of retreating Chinese troops. (Lower), Torpedo crew standing beside 'a bank of torpedo tubes on' a destroyer in th t?eSouth China sea.

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
SINISTER NAZI MOVES REPORTED IN TURKEY [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 23 November 1941

SINISTER- NAZI, MOVES REPORTED IN, TURKEY A statement by the chlairman of the Bulgarian Foreign Affairs Com mittee (Mr. Janev) that strong British and Russian forces on Turkey's soiuth-east borders are causing concern to Bulgarians, have been intercepted in Istanbul as un necessarily antagonistic to Turkey, says the Ankara correspondent of British United Press" Foreign propaganda experts con tinue to airive in Turkey. A Ger man military plaine had recently brought fromn Sofia Herr Schwer bel, . 'lqader of the South-East European :])epartment of the Press section of the German Foreign Of fice. 'The Vichy itadio alleges that Tur key hasisent a formal note to Bri tain asking for a'i reduction of Bri tish -propaganda in Turkey. The Berne .correspondent of the "New Yorik Times"' declares that according to diplomatic 'reports, Germ.any. had offered . Turkey Grecian Thrace and parts `of- the Rhodope motintains . as far northli as" tiie' Marista Ri'er, ini Central 3tulgaria, ini 'a last' bi...

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 23 November 1941

THIS COMELY LASS is Anna Lee, a young English star who is mnaking her American film debut in the R.K:O. comedy, "My Life With Carolihie."-' The refreshingly 'yotithful star.; lays? opposite 'Australian, Ronald' Coletnan.. The film will be shown in Atstralia shortly, '

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
BRUTALITY OF NAZIS IN OCCUPIED AREAS [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 23 November 1941

BRUTALTY -OF NAZIS IN OCCUPIED AREAS London, November 2r.-"Ihe. Nazis are holding down occupied Europe with cold-blooded savagery," declares British Official 'Wireless, in referring to latest rerports fronm these areas. In Poland, 82,000 people have been executed and 30,000' have died in con centration camps .during 'the two years of Germanl occupation. WVhen 2,ooo "Polish workers in' a factory at Skarzyskl refused to make 'ammunition' for the Germans, '3oo hostages were shot. When the Germans occupied Crete last :May, they shot 685 civilians, including priests, monks and high officials. . ,:Bulgarians are reported to have massacred 15,ooo Greeks when they overran Greek 'Macedonia. Jews in 'Holland Last Feiruitry the. Germans in, Holland rounded up 6oo Dutch Jews between 18 and 35, and sent' them to work in saltpetre mines, uiiprotected. by masks. Iy ' the end of 'October necarly 500 had died. The City of Amsterdam was fined £2,ooo,ooo for protest strikes and riots. ' In Yugoslavia ...

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 23 November 1941

FOOD or HEME N Chock-f ll of -Efrg - Vitamini i B1 When you feel .tir'ed, listless, fagged out, iheze's a ?i;ort cut for building tip that extra eiirgy you need.. Get .yourstf a jar of Eta Peanut Butter from your. canteen. 'Treat y-oouself to a f a fevw "spreads"' of this deliciotus nut food oi bread or with cra kers-. . Eta .Peanut Butter -is ?, . -. rich, niatural sotffuee of "'rfct Vitamif "B'ff." it's "Aius= an es tralia's favorite epread! PEANUT B UTTER Product of Nut: Foods Pty. Ltd. S } ýJ `r ·- ý;r, rr. f, t.'ýý.-'- ' ··; -,·, ·p :._ as r ·· 1.J. " . . .. -. r- - . .x _r,+ l~. ·,. eaa '1 NTTLEs MLK u CHOCOLATE L~~MILK CHOCOLATECHCLT

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
S.A. PRACTICE LIST [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 23 November 1941

SS.A..PRACTICE LIST Adilelaidc;. Saturtlday. tiOly ine of the .3 "players selected for the State ' cricket' practice, Ihave 'played for South Australi.a previously.: .They ;are W.aite, I-cak, Grimmelt, Roberts, Cotton, K iose; K. Ridipgs, Hamnctic, 'and Doolan.Ld. : radcinan; ho .: was (dischargcd from :ihe Armiy because of illness, has not played cricket this scasoni: - i 1"B'adtock,. who, scqrcd a. ..brilliant century. -lst week, is nqt available. He .is to- return to :'Tasmnania shortly.

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 23 November 1941

SOUTHWARD .`BOUND? TRAVEL BY Guinea Airways Ltd. COAST - TO - COAST. IN ONE DAY Specia reduced fares for all Services - 'Phone: Darwin 240 for bookings; and all particulars IT PAYS TO FLY BY Guinea Airways Ltd. Arrive the same day io Hours to Adelaide I22 Hours to Melbourne. Arrives .next morning: in Sydney and Tasmaniai

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
PARATROOPS BAIL OUT FOR BIG "MASS ATTACK" [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 23 November 1941

PARATROOPS BAIL. OUT FOR BIG "'MASS A TTACK" PARATROOPS of the British Army dropping from a huge transport plane during a recent demonstration of mass attack by air-borne forces, over an English country district. Britain is intensifying her training of Paratroops, and now has a big force from all over the Empire-ready for the day to invade. BEFORE TAKING-OFF in the transport planes, these young members of the paratroop division helped each other to adjust the parachute harness. Note the new kind of crash helmets, they are thickly padded. This picture and the one above came to Australia by Clipper mail and were then airmailed to Darwin.

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
MELBOURNE GRADE MATCHES [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 23 November 1941

-MELBOURNE GRADEi MATCHES M' 1eibourne;: Satuiday'. -' To-day's matches :completed another?-round of grade cricket, when good batting ',er formances were given by-.Green (Mel bourne),' 120 n,o., and ''MIelkle (Northl Melbourne), 100 n.o. : -Although. Galbraith, who wrecked .Hawthorn-East Melbourne's first innings with' 0 for :10 .was absebnt' thrdugh' in-.. jury, University gained 'an outright twin .by :dismissing. the oppositioni for 93' in their. second' innings. Footballer,"Ray Steele, was 'mainly' responsible, 'with his 6 for 33. The scores. were:- Melblurne, 9-354, defeated Carlton, 221; South Melbourne, 7-277, defeated Coiling Wood,'223; .Fitzroy, 227 and 0-33, defeated Pirahran, 224; University, 5-160 '(dec.), defeated. Hawthorn-East Melbourne, 28 and 92; North Melbourne, 5-307, defeated' Northcote, '21:; St. Kilda, 5-300', defeated Richmond, 286; Essendon, 4-266 (dec.); defeated Fotscray, 149 and ,6-123.

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 23 November 1941

m" AnyEmpiloyer NetDS VOU if you are AN I. C. S. TRAINED MAN! I.C .S? .140 ELIZABETH STREET, . e.. o . SYDNEY. Sirs,-Please send free prospectus showing how I can succeed in the occupation I have marked X Accountancy-Secretarial (all Inst. Ex.? Bookkeeping-General, 'Store, Station. Salesmanship-Gen., Speciality,, Retail.. Psychology and Personality in Business. Advertising-Retail, Mail-Ord,, Agency. Window Disp.-Show Card, Shop Tckts. Illustrating-Newspaper, Fash., Poster..- Free Lance Jour'ism--Short Story Writ. Matriculation-Leaving.Inter.oF"ub. Serv. -Gen. Education-Bus. and Sales Letters. Police Entr. Exam., Nurses Esktr. Exam. Architecture -Structural Concrete, ' Buiiding Contracting-Air Coriditioning. Draftsmanship (Mech. & all branches). Motor Eng.--Mr. Mech., Mtr.' Exams. Diesel Enq.-Illumin. Engr., Weld. Erig. Internal Comb. and Steam Drivers' Exe, Radio Eng.-Radio Serv., RadioExms. , Aero Eng.-Gd. Enq,, Licenses,-Riptqing. "Elec. Eng.-Elec. Cont, . Mechs' EIxms. Ci...

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
Battleship for Naval Forces in Pacific [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 23 November 1941

Battleship for Naval Forces incPaific ' The. 35 , ooo-ton; battleship Prince of Wales is probably joining Empire, naval forces in the' Pacific. TIie Prince of Wales is one of Britain's newest and most power, fiul fighting ships. SThie .-London Daily Telegraph's naval correspondent states that it was arrangid sonie time ag2 that in the event of a Far East emnrgency, British squadons of the China, Ceylon, and New Zealand stations, and the Australian navy, should join at. Singapore. "These pladis for an Eastern Fleet no doublt hold "good to-day," the cor respondent adds,

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
RANDWICK [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 23 November 1941

RANDWICK TOTE (5/-) RACE PLACED HORSES, RIDERS S.P. WIN (PLACE £ s. d. £ s. d. WARWICK .: PANURGE, 8,5: (Munro) 4/1 1 3 9 9 9 '".IAIDEN-H'CAP Hunting Tower, 7.6, (Donnelly) 50/1 - 17 1 0 (1 mile) Turmoin, 7.11 (Young) 33/1 - 4 4 9 .HOXTON PARK HALL STAND. 8.5 (McMenhamin) 7/2 1 0 0 7 3 JUVENILE Riverton, 8.5 (Thompson) 10/9 - 5 9 (5 furs.) 'Jungle King, 8.12 (Knox) 7/1 - .11 9 HORSLEY RADICAL, 8,5 (Bartle) 4/1 1 6 9 11 0 HANDICAP Henchman, 8.0 (Terrill) 11/2 - 11 3 (.6 furs.) The Miller, 8.0 (1Young) 7/1 - 16 6 NOVEMBER ARISTOCRAT,' 7.8 (Cook) 9/4 15 3 7 0 HANDICAP Serenator, 8.0 (Bartle) 3/1 - 12 6 14/ miles) Breeze, 6.10 (Podmore) 5/2 - - FARM NOVICE SIR ANDREA, 8.0 (Hllnton) 7/1 2. 8 6 14 6 (First Division) Pendulate, 9.5 (Terril) 15/1 - 1 1 9 (6 furs.) Stainless, 8.8 .(Gollogly) '2/1 - 8 6 FARM NOVICE MARCOPERI, 8.7 (Terril) . 9/2 1 12 0 10 0 (Second Division) Belle Money, 7.9 (Gollogly) 4/1 - 9 0 (6 furs.) Walkalong, 8.10 (Hleffernan) .94 - 8 0 LEUMEAH -SANTA, 8.13 (McMennamin)...

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
"Baby of Tobruk" [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 23 November 1941

F "Baby Of Tobruk" PRIVATE DOUGLAS FOSTER, of (N.S.W.), who, when under 16 years, enlisted 17 months ago in the A.I.F, He saw active service at Tobruk and. Benghazi, was guard of war prisoners,. and then discharged from the Army. He is keen to "have another go at them," and now 'seeks to join the R.A.A.F.

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
FORTRESS ENGINEERS Hockey Prospects [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 23 November 1941

FORTRESS ENGINEERS Hockey Prospects As our challenge, to all hockey teams has so far, not been accept ed, we wish to warn all teams that they will have to look to their laurels in the forthconming '!Wet" Comp. as we have entered a team of potential champions. During 'a practice match on Monday after noon Lou Tingle showed excellent form 'and should he -one of, our stars in the coming hockey comp. Camera Club A fine start :has- been made in the formation of a Camera Club. Much material' has been ordered from Sydney, and as soon as'it ar rives a very efficient developing and printing service should be available. Good luck, you. "Camera Friends". Farewell Celebrations The impromptu farewel concert to Spr. Kelly, which took place in the Barrack Room on WVednesday night produced some unexpected talent. Even thE' "Pips" gave a turn. "A Grade" Harrison and "Spud" Murphy had the: boys rolling in the aisle with ' their presentation of "Recruiting' Campaign". The night ended .at lights out wi...

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
CONSCRIPTION ISSUE Mr. Curtin's Statement [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 23 November 1941

Mr. Curtin'st Statement In a special telegram receiv ed from Melbourne yesterday, it was reported that Mr. Curtin replied, in Parliament to . the question regarding cofiscription of manpower, all industries and" wealth, being urged iipon the 'Cdvernment by. a new organisa fion known as the Australian War Service League. Mr. Curtin said: "The, public had the right to criticize the- governi rmeit, or advocate policies, but at the satime time he would say that no issue could be so ill-timed or un :wise, and,, in the present situation would be detrimental to .the unity of- Australia anid maximum cohesion of the: peopllein the prosecuition of the war, than to raise a conscrip tion issue, which, wlieii .:raised' pre visoul"y divided Australia; theieby wveakeniing it." : Mr.: .Ctiritiin asked Australians . to give theiri mnaxitmum.i support to lolicies .advocat~ed regarding re cruhitteiint for'tlie foirces. Bishops In Favor -' The Atistralia~i Aniglican' Arch iiisho l.a iid h ,Bs"p?? aI~. ...

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
RUSSIANS EVACUATE SEVERAL VILLAGES German Capture Of Key Town NAZI PRESSURE INCREASING [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 23 November 1941

S$-SSIANS -EACUATE SEVERAL bVILLAGES German 'Capture Of Key Town NAZI PRESSURE. INCREASING LONDON, November 2.1.-- The Germans are y' creasing, the weight of their new offensive on the Moscow Front, whilst the Russians have been forced to evacuate a'number of villages. The Russian midday communique announces that the town of Kerch, at the eaisern "tip of the Crimea, has been evtiauatedl for str;ategic reasons andfI t6 -enible Russian troops to forti f?y themselves in better positions. The cl6mmuniqlue adds that in the battle for Kerchl the Germans lost 20,000 mien, 130 tanks, more than 200 guns, and i,i0oo lorries laden with military equipment. - The: Tass agency says that Gernian attempts to capture Ros toy by a srprise flank attack enided in complete failure. Gen eral '.von Kleist 'tried to reach :. Novocherkask, after which he in tended to swing southward to wards Rostov. -_ .Agaitist a .Russian force under the coimlnanl i. of,. General Kharitonoff, von Kleist fluihg two tank div...

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
Plenty Of Beer For Christmas [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 23 November 1941

Plenty Of Beer For ' Christma? "There will be Beer, Beer, Tons of ---- Beer, ih the = Canteen Master's Store". this Christmas. Army News was advised of this fact yesterday' by Captain Wilson of the Aus tralian Canteen Services. This week I,250 cases of beer are due to arrive from the south,, for distribution to the varioius Messes. In mid-December. another 3,000. cases and 70oo6, cans will be landed, so there should be enough beer-for con sumption of the troops over the. Christmas period said Captain:' Wilson. FI ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ! l nuum m'a | un u un m'm

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
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