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From the Archives, 1943: Surrender at Stalingrad

First published in The Sydney Morning Herald on February 2, 1943 DETAILS OF MAJOR GERMAN MILITARY DISASTERLONDON, February 1 (AAP).The…

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From the archives, 1963: Human shark fishing can be deadly

Taken on 2.5 cm rope “We were supposed to go shark fishing on Monday night but I couldn’t get a…

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Australia

From the archives, 1963: Human shark migration can be deadly

Taken on 2.5 cm rope “We were supposed to go shark fishing on Monday night but I couldn’t get a…

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From the archives, 1993: Satellite lost, Optus picks up the pieces in China

Last March, the launch of Optus’ B1 satellite was aborted due to ignition failure. It was later successfully launched. Optus…

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Australia

From the archives, 1993: Satellite lost, Optus picks up the pieces in China

Last March, the launch of Optus’ B1 satellite was aborted due to ignition failure. It was later successfully launched. Optus…

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US

National Archives weighs searching all ex-presidents and VPs for classified documents

Biden document scandal puts all living former presidents and VPs under scrutiny as National Archives weighs requiring searches for classified…

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From the Archives, 1977: The crush is on for Air Supply and Sherbet

Air Supply will embark on a national tour in Melbourne at the end of January. Then the lack is abroad.…

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From the Archives, 1982: Terror in Sydney

Police could not say for sure that the explosions, minutes apart in an old car in the parking lot, were…

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From the Archives, 1987: The most powerful men in Sydney

Heavyweight supporter: Bob Hawke stands firm at the Sheraton-Wentworth on April 23, 1987.Credit:Antonin Cermak “Basically, I’m here to serve our…

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Sports

From the Archives, 1997: Socceroos storm into Confederation Cup final

Kewell’s manager at Leeds United, George Graham, says the 19-year-old could be a “sensation”. Australian coach Terry Venables says Kewell…

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