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Diary April 22, 1919

Orlando return from Versailles
The Italian delegation leaves the Versailles Peace Conference to protest against the Allies’ position on Fiume. In Italy, Vittorio Emmanuele Orlando is celebrated as a winner.
World War One Diary for Tuesday, April 22, 1919:


France – Peace Process: Italian Prime Minister Orlando and Foreign Minister Sonnino refuse to continue work. Former leaves for Italy on April 24. Alsace-Lorraine Commission appointed.
USA: US government recognizes British protectorate over Egypt.
Crimea: French Armistice with Reds.
South Russia: General Milne arrives at Novorossisk, sees Denikin at Ekaterinodar on April 23.

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