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May 23 in San Antonio history...

1918
Miss Katherine Stinson, San Antonio aviatrix, started a flight from Chicago to New York with mail at 7:37 a.m. today.  Miss Stinson, 22, is averaging 71 miles per hour.  75 more words

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21 April 1918 - The Red Baron is dead

Today, Manfred Von Richthofen was killed. As with the deaths of many aces, his final demise is shrouded in mystery.

His Jagstaffel was involved in combat with aircraft from 209 Squadron RAF and 3 Squadron AFC. 542 more words

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Covington, Reginald Frederick. Died 22nd May 1918

Reginald Frederick COVINGTON was born in Northampton in about 1894, and his birth was registered in Q1, 1894He was the son of George Frederick Covington… 1,437 more words

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22nd May 1918

Lieutenant Percy Charles Moynihan, 54 Training Squadron, Royal Air Force, was killed in a flying accident at 3:15pm on 22nd May 1918, when his aeroplane collided with a tree on take off from Castle Bromwich. 279 more words

First World War

May 22 in San Antonio history...

1918 – World War I
To supply the normalities of life to nearly one hundred thousand young men in the various fields, schools and camps surrounding San Antonio, and to provide a club and meeting place of the soldiers and citizens of the city there is being erected a magnificent community clubhouse in the rear of the Alamo on the old Gallagher property. 86 more words

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21/5/1918 Ludendorff's gaze turns to India #1918Live

Ludendorff is preparing a diversionary offensive against the French in the Chemin des Dames sector, after which he plans to attack the British in Flanders… 177 more words

First World War

May 21 in San Antonio history...

1892
The cricket match between San Antonio and Kerrville was won by San Antonio today. The sun was hot.

1918 – World War I
It has now been definitely established that the plans of the War Department call for the reduction in the number of men assigned to Kelly Field and its final abandonment as a mobilization camp.  61 more words

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