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Diary April 19, 1919

Robertson, chief of the British imperial general staff
Robertson, chief of the British imperial general staff during the war.
World War One Diary for Saturday, April 19, 1919:

Germany: General Robertson arrives at Cologne, relieves Plumer on April 22 as C-in-C, Rhine.
France – Peace Process: Wilson refuses to participate in Dalmatian coast talks.
Russia: Red attack on Sevastopol begins, c.400 picked British troops land at Murmansk (reach Maselskaya on May 6, 438 miles south). Death of Admiral Eberhardt, ex­-Black Sea Fleet C-in-C at Petrograd aged 63.
Britain: ­Last of 4,126 conscientious objectors released from work.

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