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POSITION AT FRONT

POSITION AT FRONT

SURVEYED THE ALLIES* STRENGTH FRANCE, Sunday —After four months of war the New Year finds the firing line the Western Front to all intents and purpose* along the Franco- frontier, though here and there little unimportant enemy ground u held by one aide or the Other- While sea. a
01 January 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Retrospect and Prospect the dawn of a New Year it becomes difficult to avoid the appraising glance back as resist

Retrospect and Prospect the dawn of a New Year it becomes difficult to avoid the appraising glance back as resist

the speculative look forward. In that respect, if in no other, arbitrary division of the calendar, which Time itself has cognisance, serves a useful purpose. Our consciousness achievement or failure, progression or retrogression, quickened, and in either event we are emboldened
01 January 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Daring Air Feats Recalled

Daring Air Feats Recalled

Men who carried out daring aerial exploits in the Great War and the first air ace this war”—the man who routed Nasi bombers ever the North Sea—receive New Year promotion hj the F. total Bt3 temporary promotions announced by the Air Ministry include nine new air commodores, 30 gr
01 January 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE THREAT TO HOLLAND

THE THREAT TO HOLLAND

IN quarters that usually are well informed believed that President Roosevelt and the Pope are preparing the way tor possible peace move. Th«e net substantial evideuee yat, however, that Hitler baa been eonvinced that cannot achieve bis mass force of arras. seral'affloiai stateme
01 January 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SOON STRENGTH MAY BE 8,500,000 EXTENDED AGE GROUPS

SOON STRENGTH MAY BE 8,500,000 EXTENDED AGE GROUPS

IF, been euggwted, Royal proclamation made early the New Year providing for registration further age group* up to 28, Great Britain's Army would reach a strength of at least 2,500,000. That takes account the other armed forces, or the contributions from the Dominions, the Indian
01 January 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NAZI LIE SCOTCHED

NAZI LIE SCOTCHED

R-A.F. Officer Did Not Break Parole Pilot Officer R. V. Martin, who escaped from inttnuneßt is Luxembourg last week, withdrew his parols 48 hours before hla dash, according to information received in London from the Luxembourg Government. On Friday the Air Ministry officially de
01 January 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NAZIS’ CLAIM

NAZIS’ CLAIM

Sunk Patrol Ship Which Did Not Exist BERLIN, Sunday. official German News Agency claims that British patrol ship, whose name ie given Agatha, was sunk by German submarine Friday. Note—On Inquiry tho Admiralty it wae learnt that no British naval ship was sunk Friday, and that the
01 January 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Newly Half Arsenal Haul Now Recovered

Newly Half Arsenal Haul Now Recovered

DUBLIN STILL ENCIRCLED A FURTHER two ud half tea* the 88 too* of ammunition atolca from the arsenal Phoenix Park, Dublin, laet Saturday week recovered yesterday from under ton* of atraw. Wltfc five tone recovered on SatwrOey, 18* «f TOO eM«a have been regaimU-neariy half the tot
01 January 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FIGHTING IN THE SNOW

FIGHTING IN THE SNOW

FIGHTING THE SNOW Pstrols Active Western Front PARIS, Biw<l*y, French ««mmwriqu« «en«l»t« throe words: quiet d»y>" The u*eie front Se eevered with anew end the hae been exoaptioaeUy severe- The oommuplque ieeued thia roernlna elated: Much aotivlty during the night in of enow and
01 January 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TRADE TALKS WITH DUTCH Fresh Start in London This Week

TRADE TALKS WITH DUTCH Fresh Start in London This Week

AMSTERDAM, Sunday.—The economic negotiatlone between Great Britain and the Netherlands, which were suspended a few weeks ago, will be resumed in London this week. The representative* of the Netherlands Government will leave for London Wednesday. The delegation will consist of th
01 January 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland