Diary January 22, 1919

White (Czech) patrol in the Urals
White (Czech) patrol in the Urals, early 1919.
World War One Diary for Wednesday, January 22, 1919:

France: Peace Conference approves Wilson’s fruitless ‘Prinkipo proposal’ (by radio) to get Russian parties to meet on Sea of Marmara Island (off Constantinople) beginning February 15.
Siberia: Reds take Orenburg and hold it through long siege.

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