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Diary December 15, 1918

German government loyal soldiers
German government loyal soldiers distribute propaganda material on the streets of Berlin.
World War One Diary for Sunday, December 15, 1918:

Home Fronts

Germany­: People’s Party programme.
Austria: Emperor Charles ill at with flu at Eckartsau (all his 5 children too).

Eastern Front

Estonia proclaimed Soviet Republic. Lenin urges Trotsky’s deputy to strengthen South Front.
East Siberia: 1/9th Hampshire Regiment leaves Vladivostok for Omsk (until December 18).


Poland: Government severs relations with Germany.

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