Allies’ Activities Seen by Our Roving Camera NORWAY has given many splendid men to the Allied cause, most of themas seafarers. This 2nd Officer of an oil tanker is using an Aldis lamp to signal to other ships in his convoy. AMERICA ensures that her men of the U.S. Army in Britain have, like our own troops, realistic training before they engage in actual combat with the enemy. Invasion rehearsals in which live ammunition is used are intensively carried out, and here a liamc-throwcr team is going through its paces at a recently established Assault Training Centre. BELGI the officer shaking hands with H.R.H. the Duke of Gloucester, _ _ _ recently inspected them ?nat East Coast base. It was announced on Nov. 15,1943, that the Duke had been appointed Governor-General of Australia, as from July 1944. PAGE 418 POLAND has for her national emblem a defiant, white eagle. It is featured on this ensign, fluttering bravely in the breeze, as men cf the Polish Navy (consisting of 12 ships and personnel of 2,600) take their turn at patrolling the Channel inquest of the common enemy of the Allied Nations. Phvtos, British Official: Crown Copy right K eysto ne, Planet News, Central Press CZECHOSLOVAKIA was founded on October 28,1918. At 25th anniversary celebrations in Britain, President Benes took the salute at a parade of Czechoslovak troops the leader of the Bren-carriers dips his standard on passing the saluting base. and colonies a Mitchell squadron which goes on operational flights with the R.A.F. One of the planes (above) is named“ Margriet,” after the youngest daughter of Princess Juliana and Prince Bernhard.