Diary January 27, 1919

Czech troops in Samara
Czech troops in Samara.
World War One Diary for Monday, January 27, 1919:

Russia: Death of General Ivanov (ex-Tsarist Southwest Front commander 1914­-16) of typhus, aged 67. 2nd Czech Division’s evacuation ordered.
France – Peace Process: Japan presents Pacific claims (China on January 28).
South Persia: British occupy Kazerun; Bushire and Shiraz columns unite on January 28. RAF attack Nasir Diwan.

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