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Over the Wire

(October 7--By United Press.)

By United Press

WASHINGTON--United States Manufacturers delivered to British air forces throughout the world more than $284,000,000 worth of airplanes and engines and equipment during the first seven months of 1941, Col. John H. Jouett, head of the Aeronautical Chamber of Commerce, revealed tonight.

These shipments, he said, included nearly twice as many combat planes as the British lost in defending the British Isles in 1940.

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