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July 26 in San Antonio history...

World War I – 1914
The San Antonio Light prints the headline “Powers in Europe on Brink of Great War (right).”

The first jazz mass ever celebrated at a Catholic church in this area – and possibly in the entire Southwest – is held in San Fernando Cathedral.  37 more words


7th August, 1981

Now that the strikes are over, cricket has become the main topic in the news, with attacks on the Australian team for having ‘snatched defeat from the jaws of victory’, according to the Aussie press. 368 more words


BLOW OUT (1981)

Director of Photography: Vilmos Zsigmond

Director: Brian De Palma

Perfect Shots

1st August, 1981

I hear that Scotland Yard had the largest ever security operation for the Royal Wedding. From our point of view, we are delighted that the Australian Prime Minister was able to fly out to attend after the transport workers voted to go back to work. 258 more words


25th July, 1981

We’ve had some post and I have so much to read, including a copy of The Times! I took the stamps round for my neighbour and we started putting the world to rights! 463 more words


Internationalist Books and Community Center is Moving!

From Internationalist Books

Internationalist Books is moving and we need your help!

Internationalist Books and Community Center has been an invaluable part of our community since 1981. 245 more words

July 23 in San Antonio history...

World War I – July 23, 1914
Austria-Hungary delivers an ultimatum to Serbia requiring them to accept an Austro-Hungarian investigation into the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand and also for Serbia to eliminate all anti-Austrian propaganda and terrorist organizations within its borders.   68 more words