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Combat Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - October 20, 1943, 5th Army front, 5th Army front Wednesday october 20, 1043 the stars and stripes Page 3tri-Power issues Moscow oct. Ion military advisers of High Lank Are a it Compa Nying it. S. Secretary of Sta e Cordell Hull and British foreign Secretary Anthony Eden to the three Power conference in Moscow. I pc Biol is Are expected to he made principally in the Field of political warfare. The presence of the military leaders however has fled news Coni men Tat ors to Point out that military strategy probably also will lie a primary topic of discussion. This will include the second front question. The meeting of the american and British foreign secretaries with the russian minister of foreign affairs and vice Premier Viacheslav m. Moi Otoe. Was described in the London Tim Sas a a the most significant diplomatic event in the history of the the times also hailed the Choice of Moscow As a Happy one treatise of the triumphs of the russian army. Among the questions to bt1 discussed will be that of the governing of occupied areas. This will include the Issue of cooperation a generally among the three Powers in areas which Al rend Are or Mav shortly be Coom Heaters of military activity. Discussions also Are expected to Center upon the Balkans. One subject is the support to be Given the patriots of Yugoslavia. In Croatia Slovakia and Southron Serbia where More or less organized combat is Bung waged by the patriots Over a wide area the three Powers already Are helping where practicable. There also is known to be a divergence of opinion among the the ret1 Powers Over potential value to the Allied cause of the operations of Gen. M Haimovitch and his guerilla forces. The polish problem is another one commentators believe will come up for discussion. This includes the matter of cooperation Between different polish underground organizations and the russian High eager Algiers oct. 19�?-count Sforza representing marshal. A dog of is conducting a series of interviews with touted nations representatives at Algiers seeking to clarify relations Between the Sadoglio government and the United nations be stated that italians Are generally anxious to carry on War against Germany. He met wit ii Harold Macmillan and Robert Murphy British and u. S. Ministers general de Gaulle and Rene Massitt French liberation committee foreign surrenders fifth army front do. 19 a because he was a a fed up with the who War and wanted to get out of it As quickly As possible a Iii Lei surrendered to the men of die army. He was without a stitch of clothing at the surrender. To was private Hitler of Ila German troops facing tin fifth army in the Volturno River fighting. So <1 Ling All his chitin and Leav a them on the o i h e r Bank he plunged into the vo1 Urno swam across it and came scrambling up he Mudy Bank in front of the surprised americans his hands High Alcove his head. Private Hitler was sent to the prisoners Camp and will now up my the rest of the War in Captivity until it s namesake like him Bromes a a fed up with the Over Italy Allied liq., Africa of. Blk railway Yards and lines on the Eastern italian coast North of the fight g front were blasted by medium b Nib u s of the nor invest african air command. Airfields in the Rome area and farther North were also raided. Communication facilities at Ancona were bombed. Low flying planes shot up a motor transport and troop trains. A medium bomber a tack was made on Alifa but Clouds prevented observation of results. Fighters of the command wire Busy Over the Battle ami., attacking gun positions troop concentrations and Road junctions. Results of a photographic reconnaissance confirmed the sinking of an enemy Mere amt vessel attacked off i coast of Greece. The Middle East command reported a raid by Allied bombers upon Berros Harlair in the Aegean workers threatened Washington oct. 19�?prsi-ent Roosevelt has taken action to Bead off impending trouble among the nations m lion railway workers. The chief executive established a three Man emergency Board to reconsider a wage increase rejected by stabilization director Carl Union. The Board has a month to report. Washington oct. 19 a the greek government information office Here says the Gestapo is taking a census of jews in Greece. Ill tit nil int of the jews similar to that taking i dare in Denmark is expected to aflame Cairo oct. 19�?guerilla troops ii the Balkans were making Progress against the germans. Fierce fighting was taking place Iii Montenegro and Albania. Retreating germans were Leav no a Trail of misery behind them burning villages and carrying off or killing cattle sole Means of livelihood for the peasants. Today a communique from the Headquarters of the yugoslav National army of liberation broadcast by die free Yugoslavia radio stated a a in Montenegro or offensive operations continue. In Slovenia Between the River Sava and tin ails Rian birder liberated territory is Bung mopped up. Three Small places have b pm occupied. In of Stojevic. Street fighting is in Progress. On the railway from Ljubljana to Trieste 150 Miles of track were destroyed and a railway Bridge blown the germans were still suffering serious set Hicks at the hands of Gem to Illius partisan army and Gen. I a Ilovitch a forces. Albanian patriots were actively resisting in Valona. The germans were driven from dras Ciovica into the surrounding base hit Allied hq., India oct. Us heavy air attacks on japanese positions in Burma Are reported from new Delhi. The japanese Headquarters and Supply bist at ral Clyo in the my Nitsa Valley was raided with devastating effect. All bombs burst across the targets it Mas reported and the attack was followed by Low level strafing. Other aircraft have attacked villages and troop positions in the same area and bean fighters have raided Jap communication systems a throughout Burma. In other areas Beau fighters damaged eight locomotives and blew up a the re ton lorry filled with troops. At least ten other lorries were damaged or Holland Dies London oct. Ulm Reuters radio news today carried word irom a German news Agency of the death of Roma in hoi la in i Well known French author. Holland who was 75, wrote a a Jean Christoph a monumental novel on the life of a musician. He was famous As a musical critic and a philosopher As Well As novelist. Swiss radio sources stated that Holland had been interned in a concentration Camp
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