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Diary February 27, 1919

Soldiers of the Czech Legion
Soldiers of the Czech Legion of the Whites in Siberia.
World War One Diary for Thursday, February 27, 1919:

Siberia: Reds take Orsk.
Austria: Over 100 people at Imperial Court, Eckartsau. Lieutenant-Colonel Strutt arranges British lorryload of rations in February 28 including first white bread since early 1916.
Britain: Government summons National Industrial Conference to solve unrest.
USA: Wilson discusses League of Nations Covenant with Congress Foreign Affairs Committee.

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