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Diary February 3, 1919

Peace of Lausanne in 1923
The Greek occupation of the Smyrna region soon leads to the Greek-Turkish war, which only ends after two years in the Peace of Lausanne in 1923 (picture).
World War One Diary for Monday, February 3, 1919:


France – Peace Process: Venizelos presents Greece’s Smyrna claims in Turkey (until February 4). League of Nations Committee first meets. Sugar ration increased 50%.
Britain : Army demobilization 1,112,339 men so far. Tube strike (until February 8) wins meal breaks.
Switzerland: International Socialist Conference at Berne admits 2 Irish (non-British) delegates (February 7).

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