Diary January 18, 1919

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Allied soldiers and officers curiously follow the arrival of the various delegations to Versailles invited to the peace conference.
World War One Diary for Sunday, January 19, 1919:

France – PEACE CONFERENCE OPENS at 1530 hours in Quai d’Orsay, Paris, 48 years to day since German Empire’s proclamation at Versailles: Clemenceau unanimously elected Chairman with 27 countries represented by up to 5 delegates each; secretariat appointed.
Britain: National War Bonds issue closed at £1645.3 million (£148 million in last week).

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