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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - March 22, 1942, Racine, Wisconsin Atlantic diversion Russia invasion diplomatic drives five drives Western desert bulletin sunday journal times Racine wis., sunday March 22,1942. 8 pages condensed from associated press and United press dispatches from sundae. March 15. 142, through Friday March 20. 194?. To777/y / it a gift 6 Allied Ald routes scale of mites / russian attacks i 0 300 Iceland Arctic Ocean attacks to draw British feet from Mediterranean present Axis penetration potential military thrusts a a potential diplomatic thrusts Macarthur warns against too eager Hopes for thrust it Armandt archangel trondheim soviet Russia Shetland is. Limit of Nasi penetration mum. Springtime in Europe is attack time for the Axis. Hitler who often does the unexpected is expected this time to push East for Oil perhaps even to India to attempt a Junction with the japs. Despite the War prophets predictions. Hitler spent a quiet Winter did t drive to Gibraltar or Dakar strike at Suez invade England or thrust into the caucasus and beyond. The Axis War machine was unusually Idle in Europe perhaps resting up repairing and conserving Oil for a Spring offensive. After three months on the defensive. Hitler May be ready to attack but whether he will strike in the caucasus it Turkey at Britain or elsewhere on the map is his secret. 71 per cent vote for calling Young husbands to colors slowly push ing germans Back in North tries to beat Nasis to the punch in South North sea i great Britain still anybody s guess Atlantic Ocean Mung. Crimea Black sea Spain Gibraltar. Sardinia Sicily Afghanistan up. Morocco Teheran Turkey Morocco a a Malta y Mediterranean sea Tripoli Cyprus Algeria Obruk into Spain Portugal Vichy France Africa might precede actual military moves Here Arabia Lulish Lobito Oil and India Axis May try one or More of these routes Axis mechanised army in Libya and parachutists in Crete May Stob of sues tis Spring world wonders where Hitler will strike Allied counter offensives like the Raf raids on Germany and Italy British Fleet action in the Mediterranean and attacks in Russia and Libya May keep the acis from embarking on the potential Spring campaigns shown on map. Slashes self in Church children s Aid chief arrives Macarthur on air. New York. March 21.�? a j the Clear vigorous voice of Gen i eral Douglas a. Macarthur commander of the United nations i forces in the entire Pacific was heard in the United states today for the first time since he assumed his All important Post. The Short wave listening Post of station Wor and the Mutual broadcasting system tuning in on the routine 6 40 a. In. Cwt news broadcast from Melbourne i Australia heard an announcer say a at the end of this news program there will be a message from general most of the news program was difficult to hear said the listeners but when Macarthur came on the air his voice was Strong and Clear his diction virtually perfect. The speech by Macarthur was broadcast from a recording made during his first interview with the australian press and foreign correspondents. Reads statement. United states listeners heard Macarthur say in the morning broadcast a i want to say How glad i am to meet the australian press. Some of the Best friends i have in the world Are press men. I Hope in the near future to meet you individually. A this morning. I have a prepared statement which i wish you would quote. A a in la read it. A i am glad indeed to be in immediate co operation with the australian Soldier. I know him Well from world War Days and Admire him greatly. A i have every Confidence in the ultimate Success of our join cause but Success in Modem War requires something More than courage and willingness to die. A it requires careful preparation. A this Means furnishing Suffi Dent troops and sufficient material to meet the known strength of i a potential enemy. No general can make something from nothing. By Success or failure will depend primarily upon the resources which our respective governments place at my disposal. A my Faith in them is Complete. In any event i shall do my Best. I shall Tweep the soldiers crowd silently watches Soldier collapse thing. Finally two physicians and a nurse who were passing broke through and staunches the flow of blood. He had removed All papers and insignia from his uniform. The Only clues to his identity were a hotel Check and a scrap of paper bearing a girls name which he clutched in one hand. He had registered at the hotel As s. Kemp but hotel officials did not know from where he came. His wound was superficial but because he had bled so Long physicians said it might be fatal. New York March 21.�? or a a Soldier who slashed his Chest with a Hunting knife in a confessional Booth of St. Patrick a Cathedral on fifth Avenue Friday night owed nothing today to the spectators he attracted. None knew How Long he remained in the Booth after he Cut himself. He walked haltingly past the altar Down the Center aisle and collapsed on the Steps unconscious. A crowd silently gathered and swelled until it blocked the Street. Nobody said any May 4,5,6 and 7 dates set to sign for sugar at schools u. S. Officials confirm Hong Kong atrocities Washington March 21.�? id a the state department today announced receipt of reports from american official sources in the far East confirming charges of japanese atrocities in captured Hong Kong. British foreign minister Anthony Eden speaking in the House of commons March to charged the japanese with cold blooded murder of British troops and the rape of British and chinese women in the former British port. Hong Kong capitulated last Christmas Day after a 16-Day siege. The state department announced on dec. 26 that Best available information indicated approximately 1,000 americans and 200 filipinos were in Hong Kong when it fell. British bombers raid Jap held Burma areas London March 21�? British bombers raided Aubin 20 Miles Northwest of Rangoon and started Large fires a Burma communique broadcast by the All India radio said today. The communique said the japanese held Landing ground North of Bassein was a deserted except for one plane which was bombed As the British fliers swept Over a wide South Burma area. A your aircraft twice carried out sweeps Over enemy territory a it j added. A the enemy twice raided Landing grounds at a town in Central Burma but did not damage our planes. F a a

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