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September 22 in San Antonio history...

World War I – 1914
The first-ever British air raid against Germany occurs as Zeppelin bases at Cologne and Düsseldorf are bombed.

1943
Autograph hunters stormed the special train of the Hollywood bond cavalcade as 17 of the nation’s top screen stars arrived in San Antonio to boost sales in the Bexar County war loan drive.   60 more words

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September 21 in San Antonio history...

World War I – 1914
In spite of the war in Europe, English and Irish in San Antonio joined hands with Germans to protest the changing of their street name from Washington to Prince Solms. 49 more words

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September 20 in San Antonio history...

World War I – 1914
In a public postcard campaign to publicize San Antonio, private citizens mailed more than 35,000 postcards in a single day, postal officials reported. 53 more words

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September 19 in San Antonio history...

World War I – 1914
The British Admirality announces that the AE-1, a submarine belonging to the Australian fleet, has not been heard from since September 14 and is presumed lost. 32 more words

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When it's flooding down in Texas

When the waterfall started shortly after 2:30 a.m. last night, the rain kept pouring down, and the radar showed more red and yellow coming, I started erecting a spare floor-tile barrier against the outside of the sliding glass door to the patio and shoving towels against the door on the inside. 136 more words

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Robbery at badgepoint

The Badge Gang never quits. Government-approved theft is their latest thing according to the Canadian Boadcasting Corporation which has issued a warning to Canadians not to carry any more cash into the U.S. 132 more words

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September 18 in San Antonio history...

World War I – 1914
It is reported that Paul Vandevelde of Dallas has returned from Europe on the White Star ship Cretic.  He volunteered and saw active service as a lieutenant in the Belgian Army.   80 more words

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