Tag Archives: Tobruk

14.4.41

The news today is appalling. The Germans are at the Egyptian frontier and a British force in Tobruk has the appearance of being cut off, though this is denied from Cairo. [1] Opinion is divided as to whether the Germans … Continue reading

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26.1.41

Allocation of space in this week’s New Statesman: Fall of Tobruk (with 20,000 prisoners) – 2 lines. Suppression of the Daily Worker and the Week[1] – 108 lines. . . . . All thinking people uneasy about the lull at … Continue reading

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22.1.41

——- [1] is convinced, perhaps rightly, that the danger of the People’s Convention [2] racket is much underestimated and that one must fight back and not ignore it.  He says that thousands of simple-minded people are taken in by the … Continue reading

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