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Diary January 30, 1916

'Don't waste bread !
‘Don’t waste bread !’ – British appeal for economy.
Diary for Sunday, January 30, 1916:

Home Fronts

Britain: War Savings Committees begun.
France: BEF arrest Attorney-General F E Smith for visiting Churchill’s HQ without a pass. He, Bonar Law and Lloyd George agree following day at St Omer that Prime Minister Asquith must go.

Eastern Front

Another German gas regiment arrives.

African Fronts

Cameroons: French gunboat Vauban reports nearly 800 German Europeans at or over Spanish Muni frontier. General Aymerich takes over final operations from Dobell.

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