Benton Harbor News Palladium in Benton-Harbor, Michigan 5 Jun 1944
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News-Palladium, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1944, Benton Harbor, Michigan
The boys with War Bonds final edition Michigan s biggest buy for Reader and for advertiser laut tie sir ii of the us elite rim Benton Harbor mich., monday june 5, 1944 10 pages four cents weather forecast partly Cloudy cooler tonight tuesday showers and thunderstorms Coder. Temperatures readings from sunday noon to monday noon 1z n. A 3 a. 77 3 p. 6 a. In. It s p. A. So s a. M.82 a. 80h2 a. Is army pursues routed German forces North of Rome 31 German 16 japanese ships sunk u. S. And British submarines take mounting toll enemy shipping suffers record losses from Allied raiders bulletin London june 5 a British submarines Sank 31 Axis ships 26 of them merchantmen and five naval auxiliaries i recent operations in the Mediterranean and Aegean seas the admiralty announced tonight. Seven other merchantmen were damaged the communique said. . S. Navy department announced that american sub marines had sunk 16 More Jap anese merchant shins bringing their total to 589. One of the British prizes was a Large and strongly escorted munitions ship bound for the big greek Island of Crete tons ship bound for the big greek Island of Crete. Submarines also shelled a number of Shore targets on the italian anal South French coasts and on Crete the admiralty said. Eternal City in hands of Allied liberators Allied seizure of Rome speeds Climax of War nazis flee in panic after capital s fall yank go s acclaimed by romans by Washington june to United states submarines have destroyed in More of japanese dwindling Fleet of merchant ships the Navy reported today bringing the enemy ships sunk by Amer ican submersibles to 589. The latest bag included a Large transport and a Large cargo vessel. Navy department communique no. 522 said Pacific and Par East "1. United states submarines have reported the sinking of 16 ves Sels in the enemy in these Waters As follows one Large transport. One Large cargo vessel. Seven medium cargo vessels. Two Small cargo vessels. Four medium cargo transports. One Small cargo transport. "2. These actions have not been reported in any previous Navy department the total of enemy ships sunk breakup of satellites seen diplomats by John m. Hightower Washington june american diplomats viewed the fall of Rome today As speeding the grand assault on Hitler s Europe and confronting Axis satellites and wavering neutrals Over the world with Clear evidence of the Fate destined Berlin. Happy at the capture of the ital Ian capital original seat of fascism these officials earnestly examined reports on the Balkans and other european areas for signs of reaction to this latest great War development even As president Roose velt prepared a 15-minute radio broadcast summing up this govern ment s official reaction. The broadcast Over All major net works. Is set for p. M., Eastern wartime tonight local the president was expected to emphasize the symbolic importance of the italian Conquest and to Bear. I heavily upon its political Signi fic Allied armoured division enters Edge of Rome Afier whirlwind drive through the italian outskirts where american men and tanks arc i Ance now Toto Rome the first Axis capital to be reached in. The great offensive to. Liberate Nari Europe. Note cites cobble Stone Street beginning of the end signal corps radio telephoto de from Italy from by Daniel de Luce Rome june j this Cradle of the Western world Hitler s rocked tonight with the High wind of Freedom stirred by the fifth i army and thousands of italian partisans flaunting red flags. Behind a screen of roman volunteers who wore Hammer sickle armbands and waved old highways Are littered with dead and broken military vehicles bulletin Allied Headquarters Naples june Hun dred american heavy joined lighter planes in smash ing attacks on enemy communications North of Rome today in an Effort to snarl the German Retreat from Rome. Streetcar tracks Over which the armoured cars rumbled on their Way to the heart of the City. Firearms american forces drove from suburban cent Ocelle to the tiber River while Hall smothered with kisses and roses. The German wehrmacht. Which once swore that Rome was an open City fought futilely in the ancient streets to delay the american thrust. Wherever the americans moved Forward today against hit and run nazi armoured forces they found All Ages and degrees of to die for the lib Why were you so Long coming we expected you four months said some of the partisans. But others lying dead across Ger Man machine guns they had tried to seize or waiting in in whimpering silence for their wounds to be bandaged asked no questions. Boy 10, passes ammunition i saw a 10-year old boy carrying ammunition for his elder brother by Noland Norgaard a l l i e d head Quad Naples june Allied forces stormed through captured Rome today crossed the tiber River and pressed relentlessly against the beaten German 10th and 14tk armies As they streamed northward under demoralize ing attacks from the Terrane an Allied air Force. Allied Headquarters at noon announced officially the occupation of Rome by the fifth army last night. Fighter bombers hammered away at the fleeing
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