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Diary January 2, 1919

Street fighting in the Ukraine
Street fighting in the Ukraine, as cavalry and armoured cars attack Red positions.
World War One Diary for Thursday, January 2, 1919:


Russia: Reds advance on Reval and Riga; Ukraine fighting; White offensive in Caucasus.
Danube: Czechs fight Hungarians at Pressburg.
Britain: Trenchard Independ­ent Air Force dispatch and Brigade-General Cockerill’s Special Intelligence report published. Union leader Clynes deplores ‘industrial action’ for political purposes.
France: Railways back in private ownership.

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