High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Oct 28 1939, Page 5

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 28, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Lord is private now a son of the Marques of Reading and grandson of the former Viceroy of India. Lord Rleigh now is a private in the British army he is shown in London firs for Milady Sable dyed Kolinsky is manipulated like soft. Rich cloth to create this coat worn by Betty Grable screen player. The shoulder Are squared and the sleeves wide the standing Collar is held in place by two jewelled buttons and a Gold Chain. Ivy Lmh v Viya t7 t in z "co1 a age Olaf Crew members Oft new uniforms survivors of the Torp doing and. On of or j00? of linking of the. British aircraft Carrier courageous Are outfitted with new uniforms to replace those ,l7 Nguk 5" ? h0�?~,n a me a a 10,1 on a 000.000 vessel the courageous was sunk off the Irish coast. Sept. 17. Wit a loss of anti aircraft guns thai will be used in defense of Britain. Fao approximately 500 Crew members a a tories like these Are working night and Day. Is ringside View of Western front from the Concrete domed top of a heavy fort of Frances Maginot line War correspond cats and other spectators get a closeup View of fighting Between France and German forces Over the Boundary in the Star Region of Germany. The picture is by news of the Day newsreel. Laughing at grim task Ahad a War or no War these British mommies break out into a big laugh during an entertainment staged for them in England on eve of their departure for War zone. War As it was 25 years ago a a. A a a jul Battery of French artillery shown in action against the German lines near Argonne. France in october 1914. Modern musketeers of the air wearing oxygen masks Telephone apparatus parachutes and carrying their machine guns three modern Aerial musketeers of Britain s Royal air Force walk to a big bombing plane in which they Are bound for an observation flight Over enemy territory. Mass service for British troops before departing for the French Western front Khaki Clad helmeted British troops attend an open air Church service Central press association 1939. No. 0-23 off to Panama some of the soldiers of the fort Devens thirteenth infantry who sailed from Boston aboard the United states transport Hunter for Panama to help fortify the canal. More than 1,200 new England regulars sailed for Panama. After the storm some idea of the violence of the Hurricane which lashed the United states liner president Harding in mid Ocean on its trip to the u. S with a Boatload of american refugees can be seen from this pie Ture of a twisted ladder leading to an upper deck More than three score persons were injured and one Man was lost overboard in the storm the photo above was taken after the liner docked at new York

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