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Summary: I. "ATS train dogs of war." Various dogs, volunteered by their owners as part of the war effort, receive training for unspecified front line duties.
II. "Mr. Churchill in Congress." Duke and Duchess of Windsor are among the audience in Congress which hears Churchill speak on the progress and prospects of the war. Premier promises to "lay the cities and munition factories of Japan in ashes" and recalls the aptness of the saying "the Hun is always at your throat or your feet". Members of the Pacific Council "which has made its plans against Japan" pose in the grounds of the White House with Churchill and Roosevelt "who see eye to eye on the conduct of the war."
III. "Mediterranean now our lake." Bombers raid Naples and Pantelleria as part of the pre-invasion plans.
IV. "Boy labour runs key war-plant." Boys, including some aged 15, are employed in a Coventry tool factory where they work with a minimum of adult supervision. Job was previously only done by men with several years experience.
V. "The other man's job. Ship repairers beat U-Boats." Men engaged in repairing damaged vessels (removing holed plates and riveting new ones) are doing as valuable a job as the rest of the shipbuilding industry.