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Diary April 20, 1919

Fyodor Shuss, cavalry commander of the Ukrainians
Fyodor Shuss, cavalry commander of the Ukrainians and right-hand of the army’s commander, Nestor Makhno.
World War One Diary for Sunday, April 20, 1919:


Ukraine: Red First Army surrenders to Ukrainians.
France – Peace Process: Zaghlul Pasha, Egyptian nationalist, arrives in Paris.
Montenegro­: Skupshtina assembly pronounces King Nicholas dethroned.

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