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Adelaide Chronicle (Newspaper) - August 9, 1945, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia famous Petain trial where Hitler 66diecp did Hitler die Here the question whether Hitler is alive or dead is still a Long Way from being settled but this picture shows the spot where he and Frau bin Are reputed to have been Burnt after they had committed suicide. The tins which contained the petrol May still be. Seen on the it. To per Taro was Taj in the chancellery Garden Berlin and a russian officer is seen pointing out the spot to some British soldiers. Australians at the Tower. The Tower of London is one of the most historic buildings in the world and is closely linked with the development of the British nation. It is built on the site of roman fortifications and the White Tower dates from 1078. The Tower has held Many famous prisoner.-. The sons of Edward in were murdered there and there the executioner s Block was often Busy. Picture shows members of the Crew of . Australia being conducted on a tour of inspection by the famous yeomen of the guard. Former idol of France stands trial for treason. To have risen so Leigh and fallen so Low what a diabolical Fate emotionally declared the former president of France m. Leb Runas he faced marshal Petain in the palais do Justice last week. Marshal Petain once the idol of the nation who became head of the Vichy government under the nazis is charged with treason in betraying France to the enemy but denies that he did so having acted with a Dagger at my Throat picture shows the scene in the courtroom with m. Paul Reynaud former minister of National defence testifying against the aged marshal who is seen listening attentively in the right foreground his hand to his ear. 220 our Advance in Borneo. Some members of the seventh division inspecting one of the captured japanese 5-Inch guns overlooking the Maggar Airstrip near Balik Papan. These guns proved a nuisance in steadying our Advance on the Airfield but were eventually put out of action by our aircraft. Australian official photo. Victims of the japs. This photograph was taken in the Nica Hospital at Balik Papan where hundreds of natives of Borneo Are arriving daily suffering from malnutrition under the japs. On the Day the picture was taken the Hospital was treating 600 cases suffering from a Lack of food. Doctors state that it will be months before the natives arc restored to Normal health. Australian official photo

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