Diary April 21, 1919

'Lenin', in Red Square
Vladmiri Ilyich Ulyanov, called ‘Lenin’, in Red Square in spring 1919.
World War One Diary for Monday, April 21, 1919:

Russia­: Lenin tells Red Army C-in-C Vatsetis help for Donbas comes before secure rail link with Red Hungary. Kolchak’s troops 100 miles east of Kazan.
Austria: Vienna rioting.
Hungary: Rumanians resume advance in Hungary, reach river Theiss (April 26).

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