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Diary February 10, 1919

destroyed Ypres
The main square of the small town of Ypres. Many cities near the front looked like this after four years of war.
World War One Diary for Monday, February 10, 1919:


France – Peace Process: Armistice committee appointed, Marshal Foch its President. French Finance Minister Klotz heard on German devastations in France. Italy refuses to submit Adriatic dispute with Yugoslavia to Wilson.
Britain: Labour Ministry’s Industrial Training Department formed for the demobi¬≠lized men. Cabinet deluded by forged document that Germans aiming to subdue Allies by Bolshevism in their armies.
South Russia: Denikin’s right wing reaches Caspian.

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