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Diary April 29, 1919

German delegation in Versailles
Members of the German delegation leave their hotel in Versailles, which is guarded by French soldiers. Second from the right is Graf Brockdorff-Rantzau.
World War One Diary for Tuesday, April 29, 1919:


France – Peace Process: German Foreign Minister Count Graf Brockdorff-Rantzau arrives.
Italy: Chamber vindicates Government 382-40.
Britain: Labour Minister says 3 million of 4 million demobilized from armed forces and munitions factories already in work. Unlimited exports allowed to Switzerland and northern neutrals.
Turkey: 12 former officials including ex-minister face war crimes trials.

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