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Diary February 21, 1919


place where Eisner was shot
The place where Eisner was shot on his way to Bavarian parliament is decorated with a photo and flowers by his follower.
World War One Diary for Friday, February 21, 1919:


Germany: Bavarian Prime Minister Eisner murdered by royalist ex-Lieutenant Count Arco-Valley, 3 others killed and 3 wounded in Munich Diet; city riots for two days. Central Committee declares martial law.
France – Peace Process: Danish claims on Schleswig-Holstein heard.
Austria: Charles writes to King George V, thanking him for sending British officer for his protection.

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