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Diary February 6, 1919

Weimar German National Assembly
On February 6, 1919, the German National Assembly with 421 deputies, including 37 women, meets for its first session at the Theater in Weimar to elect a provisional government and discuss the constitution.
World War One Diary for Thursday, February 6, 1919:


Germany: National Assembly opens at Weimar.
France: Allied-German Agreement on food supplies. Emir Feisal heard at Peace Conference.
Britain: Trade allowed with West bank of Rhine, Alsace-Lorraine, Czechoslovakia and Occupied Austria.
South Russia: Milne at Constantinople cables CIGS that the 3 Caucasus republics unlikely ever to ‘be wholly independent’.

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