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Timeline for 1910
20th century | 1910s

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King Edward VII died on a Saturday in May 1910 (PROSE: In Case of Emergencies) and was succeeded by his son George V. (PROSE: Revenge of the Judoon)

On 13 October 1910, the Squall arrived in London. (PROSE: Paradox Lost)

Captain Robert Scott left Cardiff for an expedition to Antarctica. It took him two years to get there. Tommy Brockless, then sixteen, later recalled that all the papers were covering the story. (TV: To the Last Man)

The Doctor witnessed earth tremors in Peru. (PROSE: The English Way of Death)

Celia Doras was born. (PROSE: Just War)

Francis and Muriel Wilberforce were married. (AUDIO: The Wrong Doctors)

The Eleventh Doctor, Amy Pond and Rory Williams visited London. (PROSE: Paradox Lost)

New York City's total population was 4,708,083, 1,044,257 of whom were foreign-born. (TV: The Gathering)

Fey Truscott-Sade was born. (COMIC: The Clockwise War)

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