Four cuttings: final axis collapse in Tunisia, great victory acclaimed, allied conferences in America, the African victory

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Four cuttings: final axis collapse in Tunisia, great victory acclaimed, allied conferences in America, the African victory

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Cutting 1. Headlines: final axis collapse in Tunisia, all organised resistance at an end, mounting total of prisoners now 150,000, von Arnim captured. Cutting 2. Headlines: a great victory acclaimed, the King's congratulations to General Eisenhower, Marshall Stalin's tribute. Cuttuing 3. Headlines: allied conferences in America, prime minister and president, Field-Marshall Wavell in British party. Cutting 4. Headlines: the African victory, prisoners exceed 200,000, forces thanked by parliament.

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1943-05-13

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Four newspaper cuttings mounted on an album page

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The Times
IBCC Digital Archive

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SValentineJRM1251404v10069

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THE TIMES THURSDAY MAY 13 1943

FINAL AXIS COLLAPSE IN TUNISIA

ALL ORGANIZED RESISTANCE AT AN END

MOUNTING TOTAL OF PRISONERS NOW 150,000

VON ARNIM CAPTURED

A GREAT VICTORY ACCLAIMED

THE KING’S CONGRATULATIONS TO GENERAL EISENHOWER

MARSHAL STALIN’S TRIBUTE

The victory in Tunisia has been widely acclaimed. The King has sent a message of congratulation to General Eisenhower. Mr. Churchill has received messages from Marshal Stalin and General Smuts.

ALLIED CONFERENCES IN AMERICA

PRIME MINISTER AND PRESIDENT

FIELD-MARSHAL WAVELL IN BRITISH PARTY

Mr. Churchill, who, as announced in later editions of “The Times” yesterday, has arrived in the United States for conferences with President Roosevelt, is accompanied not only by the Chief of the Imperial General Staff, the First Sea Lord, and the Chief of the Air Staff, but by Field-Marshal Sir Archibald Wavell and the Commanders of the other fighting services in the Indian theatre.

THE AFRICAN VICTORY

PRISONERS EXCEED 200,000

FORCES THANKED BY PARLIAMENT

ALLIED HEADQUARTERS, NORTH AFRICA, May 18. – General Eisenhower, allied commander-in-chief in North Africa, announced to-night that the total count of prisoners taken in Tunisia now exceeds 200,000. – [italics] Reuter. [/italics]

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“Four cuttings: final axis collapse in Tunisia, great victory acclaimed, allied conferences in America, the African victory,” IBCC Digital Archive, accessed May 27, 2022, https://ibccdigitalarchive.lincoln.ac.uk/omeka/collections/document/22019.

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