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THE ORIGIN OF MAYDAY

Tuesday June 23rd, 2009
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It has nothing to do with poles and ribbons, the rights of spring or bank holidays. The international voice radio signal for ships and persons in serious trouble at sea was actually made official in 1948. Mayday is an anglicized version of the French phrase ‘m’aidez’ which means ‘help me’.
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