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BRITAIN TURNED INTO BIG BATTLEFIELD BY STRIKE; UNION STRIKERS REFUSE FUNDS OFFERED BY SOVIET
NUMBER OF ARMED TROOPS INCREASED IN STRIKE AREAS Steel Helmeted Soldiers, Marines, Warships and Special Constables Moved to Vital Points. STRIKERS MISSING PAY ENVELOPES All Unionists, Still Holding Jobs, Are Ordered To Contribute 5 Per Cent of Their Wages.
M'CANN, CHARLES M - The Atlanta Constitution (1881-1945) - Atlanta, Ga.
Date: May 9, 1926
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Armed forces, thrown into the conflict by the government in greater numbers than at any time thus far, emphasized tonight the war of attrition which the general strike has become.

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