Two articles: Paulus and 15 generals captures and Mr Churchill flies to Turkey

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Two articles: Paulus and 15 generals captures and Mr Churchill flies to Turkey

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Article 1. Headlines: Paulus and 15 generals captured, 18,000 more prisoners at Stalingrad, total force surrounded known to be 330,000, Germans peril in Caucasus. Article 2. Headlines: Mr Churchill flies to Turkey, meeting with president Inönü, talks between chiefs of staff, return journey to Cairo by air.

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1943-02-01
1943-02-02

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Two newspaper cuttings mounted on a scrapbook page

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SValentineJRM1251404v10056

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FEBRUARY 1 1943

PAULUS AND 15 GENERALS CAPTURED

18,000 MORE PRISONERS AT STALINGRAD

TOTAL FOCE SUUROUNDED KNOWN TO BE 330,000

GERMAN PERIL IN CAUCASUS

It was announced from Moscow late last night that the commander of the remnant of the German Sixth Army at Stalingrad, Field-Marshal Paulus, has been captured, together with 16 generals, including Paulus’s Chief of Staff. Earlier Berlin had stated that Paulus and his men had been “overwhelmed.”

FEBRUARY 2 1943

MR. CHURCHILL FLIES TO TURKEY

MEETING WITH PRESIDENT INÖNÜ

TALKS BETWEEN CHIEFS OF STAFF

RETURN JOURNEY TO CAIRO BY AIR

Mr. Churchill has visited Turkey, where he was received in audience by Present Inönü at Adana. The Prime Minister was accompanied by, among many others, Sir Alexander Cadogan, Permanent Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, and General Sir Alan Brooke, Chief of the Imperial General Staff.

Frank conversations took place between Turkish and British statesman and experts, and agreement was reached on the manner in which Great Britain and the United States would be able to help Turkey materially to consolidate her own general defensive security.

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“Two articles: Paulus and 15 generals captures and Mr Churchill flies to Turkey,” IBCC Digital Archive, accessed April 16, 2024, https://ibccdigitalarchive.lincoln.ac.uk/omeka/collections/document/22000.

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