Diary for Wednesday, April 2, 1941:
USA: Four people killed in clashes between striking coal miners and non-union miners at Harlan, Kentucky.
Hungary: Hungarian Prime Minister Count Pal Teleki discovers that General Werth, COGS, has made secret arrangements for entry of German forces into Hungary. He denounces Werth as a traitor and commits suicide, after receiving warning from British Government that Hungarian intervention in Yugoslavia will result in British declaration of war. His successor is Bardossy, formerly Foreign Minister.