Sir S Cripps leaves war cabinet, French stand in Tunisia and Russians advance 40 miles in Stalingrad area

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Sir S Cripps leaves war cabinet, French stand in Tunisia and Russians advance 40 miles in Stalingrad area

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Article 1. Headlines: Sir S Cripps leaves the war cabinet, now minister of aircraft production, promotion for Mr H Morrison, Mr Eden to lead House of Commons, Col Stanley colonial secretary. Notes appointments by the King. Article 2. Headlines: French stand in Tunisia, German attack beaten off, British batter axis columns. Notes raid on Tunis airfield by B-17s of 12 Air Force escorted by P-38. Four German fighters shot down. Article 3. Headlines: Russian advance 40 miles in Stalingrad area, town retaken on the Don, enemy supply lines cut on eastern bank.

Publisher

The Times
IBCC Digital Archive

Date

1942--11-23

Contributor

David Bloomfield

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Three newspaper cuttings mounted on a scrapbook page

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SValentineJRM1251404v10033

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[newspaper cutting]
Title
Sir S Cripps leaves war cabinet, French stand in Tunisia and Russians advance 40 miles in Stalingrad area
Description
Article 1. Headlines: Sir S Cripps leaves the war cabinet, now minister of aircraft production, promotion for Mr H Morrison, Mr Eden to lead House of Commons, Col Stanley colonial secretary. Notes appointments by the King. Article 2. Headlines: French stand in Tunisia, German attack beaten off, British batter axis columns. Notes raid on Tunis airfield by B-17s of 12 Air Force escorted by P-38. Four German fighters shot down. Article 3. Headlines: Russian advance 40 miles in Stalingrad area, town retaken on the Don, enemy supply lines cut on eastern bank.

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“Sir S Cripps leaves war cabinet, French stand in Tunisia and Russians advance 40 miles in Stalingrad area,” IBCC Digital Archive, accessed January 23, 2021, https://ibccdigitalarchive.lincoln.ac.uk/omeka/collections/document/20893.

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