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Diary January 11, 1919


Reichswehr troops marched across Potsdamer Platz in Berlin
Reichswehr troops marched across Potsdamer Platz in Berlin on January 11, 1919, led by Noske in civilian clothes.
World War One Diary for Saturday, January 11, 1919:


Germany: Cuxhaven ‘Republic’ proclaimed. 3,000 Reichswehr troops enter Berlin after Vorwaerts newspaper offices recaptured (night January 10-11).
Italy: Mussolini among band ending ex-Minister Bissolati’s speech on League of Nations at Scala Opera House, Milan.
France: British Ministers arrive in Paris for Peace Conference.

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