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Diary January 13, 1919

armoured car is standing here on Alexanderplatz in Berlin
German government troops are severely crushing the uprising of the Spartacist League. An armoured car is standing here on Alexanderplatz in Berlin.
World War One Diary for Monday, Jnauary 13, 1919:

Germany: Government troops crush Spartacists in Berlin.
Arabia: Fakhri Pasha’s starving 16,645 Turk garrison (12 battalions) of Medina finally surrenders holy city to King Hussein of Hejaz; Turk evacuation until March 31.
Britain: Air raid casualty tables published.

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