World War One Diary for Tuesday, February 11, 1919:
Germany: Ebert elected first President of German Republic; provisional Weimar constitution published.
France: Allied Maritime Transport Council announces use of surrendered tonnage for repatriation and food transport to Central Europe. Peace Process: Belgian claims heard.
Britain: New naval prize money regulations. Parliament reassembles. Anglo-US Reading-Hines Agreement settles 3 payment classes for British transport of AEF soldiers in Europe.