*>: Thursday, Febfuory S, 1942 HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS PAGE FIVE The World's News as Told in Pictures ^ Reds Go Over the Top as Mercury Goes Way Below British Bayonets Cihost-hke sold,,,, of the R W | n.my Inavo lliolr tri-iu-he., and move into the face of a blizzard as they iiUui-'K irost-ljitU'ii Germans in the Tuki sector before Moscow. RAF Bails Out on 'Burning Sands' of Western Desert *. Shorter, lighter and dagger sharp is new type British bayonet on rifle of soldier at right, although old style weapon alongside looks quite effective. Seamen in Masks V. Members of an RAF unit gel a surprise in North Africa as the desert turns into a unusually heavy rains. ifior ,uu.r 'Arctic visors protect faces of British seamen from icy blasts encountered as they speed aid to northern Russian ports. Ruins That Were Rome Timetable of Drive Down Malaya •1—Thai land capitulates Kuala Trcngganu-' MALAY STATES Kuala Selnn_ OSSK& Port Swcttenham V BBftMBfi)—Jop« \V I sink Prince of '*»„ 3LjH^° les '.. Re H 5 ' join fight in Johore Ancient Cirene, more recently pnrt of what was laughingly referred to as the New Roman Umpire, is the setting as British Imperial Forces advance after routing axis forces in Libya. Hates show progress of Japanese drive down the Malay peninsula where troops of Nippon have been pushing the British back toward Singapore for more than six weeks. THE YANKS IN LONDON—1918 Heart of Singapore,Menaced British Far East Citadel RAFFLES HOfEt VICTORIA MEMORIAL HALL MUNICIPAL OFFICES,,$T. ANDREW'S CATHEDRAt / PRAU HARBOR /SUPREME COURT / CAPITOL THEATER \ KEPPEL HARBOR Iff «0>,*^-fff ;* , vaOx,,^ /,.,.<,, '/ , /' A ' ^ / •* i 8 ' ,i3OtK ' $t ' *' f~ •*»**<»•* rr* J • s Inisssmfc RAFFLES MUSEUM Photo above shows main section of city of Singapore, where populace works feverishly to bolster defenses against day Japanese besiege that British bastion. The Dutch Rhio Archipelago is seen in the distance Archbishop Quits' "To make way for a younger man," the Archbishop of Canterbury, head ol the Church of England, has resigned. Hawaii Haircuts IN TWO MONTHS OF WAR, JAPS HAVE. Q Bombed Hawaii. €\ Conquered Thailand. Q Seized Guam, Wake. Q Taken Hong Kong, Manila © Invaded Borneo, Celebes, Dutch base at Amboina. Q Seized British islands. Q Driven into Burma. O Thrust through Malaya to gates of Singapore. i, RESOURCES GAINED BY JAPS Q Iron Q Rice 0 Hemp £j Sugar IB Tin [3 Oil Manganese Q3 Rubber SOVfET RUSSIA V - P •*«4» GUAM CAROLINE ISLANDS IN TWO MONTHS OF WAR, ALLIES HAVE: AUSTRAi-iA r-xSunk 100, damaged vL^SO Jap vessels Taken big toll of (2) Japs in Philippines, Malaya, at sea, © Scored against Japl on Chinese frontt. /2~\ Blasted Jap bases. ^-^on Pacific islands. Japan continues to pay a stiff price for her victories in the Far East as the war goes into its third, with action all along the 5000-mile front from Burma to mid-Pacific. Civilian Defense Against Dowdy Dress Painted V's top off close-shaved haircuts of these recruits in Hawaii Territorial Guard at Honolulu. Head shaving wasn't done with that bayonet. ioft-|, l ' e "^ unifol ' ms the girls will be weaung New Yoik models left to r.aht: Eleanor Chandler, indoor worked d le ss t B J Ciaham. canteen lunsl, au- raid warden's winter uniform; Eve Wlutney, \\aideu's biumiei outfit.
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