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1946 A PLENTY YEAR OF OF JOBS IN BRITAIN Orders worth millions pour into the factories

1946 A PLENTY YEAR OF OF JOBS IN BRITAIN Orders worth millions pour into the factories

“Daily Mirror” Reporter in ail trades and industries in Britain will be as plentiful in 1946 as at any previous time in our history. All parts of the country will feel the benefit —the nation-wide building and reconstruction programmes alone will, it is estimated experts, need m
31 December 1945 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Strikes

Strikes

in U.S. threaten A MERICA will enter t:.e New ' * Year with 386.000 men idle I because of strikes and With the | threat of more stoppages which " " would put a total of well over, Thursday for a walk-out of 1.250.000 men and women out 1 190 000 workers Western Electric Employees
31 December 1945 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ADMITS MASSACRE

ADMITS MASSACRE

One of a group of German officers on trial in Leningrad has admitted Nazi guilt for the massacre of Katyn, where mass graves of about 10.000 Polish officers were found, the Soviet News Agency said last night.
31 December 1945 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
me SHOPS AGAIN

me SHOPS AGAIN

but stiLl in short supply . . Splendid News! Batchelor’* Pea* have come back to the shop* again, to make your lunches, dinner*, •uppers, more like ‘good old time*,* and your hasty snack* * more appetising and nourishing altogether. Ask for Bigga Peas or Dwarf Pea*; you'll equall
31 December 1945 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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31 December 1945 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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POWER

POWER

£500,000,000 of it is going I'VE just been visiting the wettest village in England and it made my blood boll. The drizzle hid the grey cottages, rain dripped from the trees, water poured down the hillsides . . . running to waste.
31 December 1945 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Unknown

Unknown

Unknown
31 December 1945 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
WASTE!

WASTE!

I squelched from Seathwaite over Sty Head Pass and watched the mountain torrents roaring down to Coniston and Windermere—and down to the sea. Millions of gallons of potential water-power , . pennies from heaven . . . returned to bearer. “That's nothing," said a man I met on the
31 December 1945 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Un n r c e s-

Un n r c e s-

Un n c e s- Hydro - har nessing the Severn will take eight years, if don't stay talking. It could the first of a series of tidal stations in the bays and rlver- mouths of Britain—just as the Pundy project is intended to be the first of a tidal valve scheme all round the United St
31 December 1945 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
1 “For Auld Lang Syne ..,

1 “For Auld Lang Syne ..,

| A year ago Lieut. P. E. BURRAS o! the RASC was in a German prison camp. Now he has a message Cor ® his former comrades ... a message that will remind them a time ® when men really did show good will I towards their Sellows. me for the benefit of each ® other. ® Jackets give on
31 December 1945 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England