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Diary December 12, 1918

German Republican Guard
Division to the guard duty at the German ‘Republican Guard’.
World War One Diary for Thursday, December 12, 1918:

Home Fronts

Germany: Republican Guard formed.
Britain: Men over 41 called up in 1918 to be demobilized. Horseflesh prices fixed due to rise in consump­tion. Churchill’s final election speech at Dundee stresses need for unity at Peace Conference.

Western Front

BRITISH 1st CAVALRY DIVISION CROSSES RHINE (Hohenzollern Bridge) AT COLOGNE AND BONN, to begin occupation of 38-mile Cologne bridgehead. Allied and German Armistice delegates meet at Trier.

Sea War

Baltic: Royal Navy Squadron arrives at Reval, Estonia.

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