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Diary February 7, 1919

Military rifles are crushed
Military rifles are crushed in Germany. The destruction of the ‘war potential’ is pettyly monitored by an Inter-Allied Military Control Commission.
World War One Diary for Friday, February 7, 1919:


France – Peace Process: Special Commission on German Materials of War and Disarma­ment formed. Italy’s claims heard.
Baltic States: Reds cleared from Estonia.
Northern Russia: Allied success near Kadesh (Archangel) and defence of Shredmekrenga (February 8­-11).

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