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Diary May 10, 1919


British military cemetery
A British military cemetery in France.
World War One Diary for Saturday, May 10, 1919:


Britain: Labour Corps recruiting opens for military cemetery work in France (15,445 men by April 1920). Government awards Royal Navy pay scheme with back pay from February 1. AV Roe&Co begin first regular air service in England with 3-seat Avros (Manchester to South port and Blackpool until September 30 for 4 guineas).
Baltic States: Pro-German Balt Government established in Latvia.

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