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UFOs in the daily Press:

THE 1954 FRENCH FLAP IN THE PRESS:

This article was published in the daily newspaper Le Provençal, France, page 12, on November 1st, 1954.

Flying Saucers

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the aspect of glass and another still that of a disc which stopped twice while projecting luminous rays in all the directions.

In the Berlin sky

Berlin (A.F.P.).
The Berliners have in their turn had the privilege to observe flying saucers twice [unreadable] Berlin-West were witnesses of the phenomenon.

The first time, Saturday, around nine hours, in the district of Spandau, two "round and dazzling objects", moving at very high speed in direction of the West, appeared at average altitude.

Then, at the end of the same day, towards 9 p.m., the attention of several pedestrians of Halleschestor, in the center of Berlin, was drawn during a few minutes by a "body extremely shining similar to a star" which also moved at very high speed and without noise in the South-western to the North-Eastern direction by describing a vast circle. It is possible, one estimates, that in fact the same machines observed the morning regained their bases.

LUMINOUS OBJET ABOVE ST-GENIE-DE-COMOLAS (GARD)

Saint-Genies-de-Comolas (C.P.).
Thursday, towards 08:30p.m., whereas he went outside to get [unreadable] horses, Mr. André Melkior saw a luminous phenomenon in the sky. To the cries pushed by him, his wife and a neighbor ran to contemplate an object elongated shape and orange color, going from East to West and leaving behind itself like sparks of several colors.

Its passage above the village lasted approximately 20 seconds. It is the first time that a phenomenon of this kind is reported in the area.

A WHITE DISC CROSSES THE SKY OF MEYREUIL

Meyreuil (C.P.).
Misters Nègre, contractor of public works and Paul Pausset, miner, both domiciled in Meyreuil (the Bouches-du-Rhone), saw, yesterday, at 06:30 p.m., a white disc in the sky of the locality. This disc moved at a sharp pace and left behind itself a sharp gleam. It came on the side of Martigues and moved towards the mount of Saint-Victoire.

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