The Daily Mail from Hagerstown, Maryland on September 16, 1939 · Page 7
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The Daily Mail from Hagerstown, Maryland · Page 7

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THE DAILY MAIL, HAGERSTOWN, MD., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1939. SEVEN WS OF THE DAY TOLD IN PICTURES Windsor Back, To See Action This Is A Woman's War, Too—As These Photos Prove London nones building air nrid shelter M. Submarine That Sank Bosnia Happy to be back in England after voluntary exile of almost three years, the Duke of Windsor is pictured in Sussex, England, with An officer of the Polish legion drills a squad of girl recruit* Women, Ready to fight—or die—for Poland London reports he New York. expected to see lnthe the natural frailty and European war from duty. Photo cabled to in the firing line. In the great capitals of Europe women and girls are digging air raid shelters and carrying handbags, driving taxis of her sex, is and trucks, even substituting as traffic police and postmen for th« men who have gone to the'front. -In Poland, the women's legion formed 20 years ago during the Russian-Polish war, are seasoned troops, capable of participating in all types of warfare. , Soldiers and Civilians Join In Warsaw Defense Ill-Fated Squalus At Portsmouth Dock • This picture, passed by a British censor and transmitted by cabl« from London to New York, shows the submarine which sank the Gunard steamer Bosnia 100 miles off the coast of Scotland. One member of tie BOST la's crew -wag killed but 32 others were rescued by the Norwegian freighter, Eidanger, from which ship this picture was made. Hometown Gal Makes Good Listing badly, with her nose far out of the water, the U. S. navy Squalus, raised from the bottom of the sea with her 26 dead after nearly four months, lies at a Portsmouth, N. H., wharf After removal of the bodies, the big $4,000,000 craft was to be put in drydock and a naval board of inquiry was to resume its investigation. . Desperately defending Warsaw from the invading German legions,' Poland is using civilians as *ell as soldiers to hurl back the Nazi war machine. Top photo shows Polish troops entering advanced positions outside the capital. Below, men, women and children equipped with shovels march through the beleaguered city to dig trenches for soldiers in the suburbs. Photos flashed by cable from London to New York. Dancer Entertains Fellow Survivors Allied Supreme War Council It was a great occasion in Wheeling, W. Va., ajs Governor Homer A. Holt (left), Mayor Mathison (right) and all the citizenry turned out to welcome a local girl who made good, 4-year-old Carolyn Lee. The newest child movie star's arm is in a sling because of a sprained shoulder. (Central Press) ' Hitler's Dancer-"Friend" Home Although nearly 75 years old, Canon F. G. Scott, C.M.G., D.S.O., beloved chaplain of the Canadian overseas forces in the first World war, again has offered his services to Canada. He is pictured with army officers in Ottawa. The famous Allied Supreme War Council of The European war has been revived with these four men directing the strategy. They are Great Britain's A dmiral Lord Chatfield, minister for co-ordination of defense, loft; Prime Minister Net-ill* Chamberlain, top center; Franc*> Premier Edouard Daladier, below center; and General Marie Gamelin, commander-in-chief of the combined French and British armies. This exclusive picture, made on the rescue ship City of Flint and obtained by the Now York Daily New?. *Tiows a dancer, one of the survivors of the sunken steamer Athcnia, entertaining other survivors on The dork. She wears a "hula" skirt made by crew members from ship's ropes. ON CUARD-To tighten Panama Canal defenses, F. D. R. has placed Maj. Gen, David L. Stone, canal army commander, in charge of both civil and military administrations. He super* «edes the civil covernor. Back home in Pittsburgh, Miriam Verne, the dancer who performed times for Fuehrer Adolf Hitiler in Berlin, says she Is "happy to be away from it all." Miss Verne told newsmen that reports of romance between her and Hitler were "silly and stupid. 1 " Sh© said "Hitler treated me just as a little slrV" .3 i

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