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Diary June 14, 1919

Alcock and Brown's Vickers Vimy
Alcock and Brown’s Vickers Vimy takeoff from St. John’s, Newfoundland.
World War One Diary for Saturday, June 14, 1919:

Britain: FIRST NON-STOP ATLANTIC FLIGHT (Alcock and Brown, until June 15) with a modified Vickers Vimy bomber from St. John’s (Newfoundland) to Clifden (Ireland).
South Russia: 5 Sopwith Camel fighters of No 47 Squadron RAF kill 800 men of Budenny’s Red cavalry brigade, 15 miles north of Tsaritsyn.
India: Afghan reply to armistice terms received at Peshawar.

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