Diary April 12, 1919

White troops charging
White troops charging with a regimental flag bearing religious image.
World War One Diary for Saturday, April 12, 1919:

South Russia: Reds occupy Yalta and Zhitomir. Churchill enlarging British Military Mission to Denikin to 1,500 men (340 already sailed).
Siberia: Whites take Buguruslan and Belebei; Ural Cossacks retake Orsk.
France – Peace Process: Syrian and Arab affairs.

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