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Diary April 11, 1919

Ex-Emperor Karl restoration attempt in Hungary
Ex-Emperor Karl arriving for his restoration attempt in Hungary in 1921.
World War One Diary for Friday, April 11, 1919:


Switzerland: Emperor Charles writes to King George V thanking him for help; moves to Villa Prangins, Lake Geneva in May.
France – Peace Process: 4th Plenary Session approves International Labour Organization.
Balkans: Rumanian troops temporarily withdraw from Hungary but resume advance on April 15.
Britain: Marshall’s final Mesopotamia 1 February 1919 dispatch published.

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