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Diary December 21, 1918


Masaryk enters Prague
Triumphant Masaryk enters Prague surrounded by Czech Legionaries.
World War One Diary for Saturday, December 21, 1918:

Home Fronts

Czechoslovakia­: President Masaryk arrives in Prague (inaugurated December 22).
Britain: Children’s sugar rations increased (manufactur­ers allowance doubled on December 30).
Germany: Prussia National Assembly elections fixed for January 16, 1919.

Eastern Front

Siberia: Bolshevik plot crushed in Omsk, but White reprisals indiscriminate.

Middle East

Turkey: Sultan dissolves National Assembly after it censures Government.

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