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Diary February 11, 1918

Sceptical German view of Wilson as 'peace maker'.
Sceptical German view of Wilson as ‘peace maker’.
World War One Diary for Monday, February 11, 1918:

Politics

USA: Wilson adds four war aims points in Congress address, says no general peace obtainable by separate negotiation.

Sea War

USSR: Soviet Red Fleet founded on volunteer basis, 5 commissars (Sovnarkom) to run Baltic Fleet on February 12.
Adriatic: British Adriatic Force reorganized. Franco­-Italian net barraged completed between Fano Island and Corfu.

Occupied Territories

Belgium: Great Brussels demo against separate Flanders.

Home Fronts

Germany: Berlin papers prematurely hail peace with Russia.

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