Diary December 30, 1916

Emperor Charles at the Coronation as  Hungarian King
Emperor Charles at the Coronation as Hungarian King in Budapest.
World War One Diary for Saturday, December 30, 1916:

Home Fronts

Hungary: Emperor Charles crowned King Charles IV at Budapest.
Germany: War Ministry dismounts 16 cavalry regiments.
Russia: Tsar tells British Ambassador ‘In the event of revolution, only a small part of the Army can be counted to defend the dynasty.’

Politics

ALLIES REJECT GERMAN PEACE NOTE as ’empty and insincere’. Anglo-Chinese labour agreement for Western Front.

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