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Diary January 6, 1919

armed workers in Berlin
On January 6, 1919, armed workers marched against the German SPD party government in Berlin.
World War One Diary for Monday, January 6, 1919:


Germany: SPD politician Gustav Noske made C-in-C Berlin garrison, he encourages the formation of 28 Freikorps nationwide by end January.
Yugoslavia: Prime Minster Protich notifies Allies of union.
Britain: Engineering and shipbuilding strike (40,000 strikers) vs break system (until March 1). Raw materials rationing no longer necessary.
USA: Death of Ex-President Theodore Roosevelt aged 60.
Russia – Urals: Kolchak orders halt at Perm and shift south to centre of his front, ie to reach Volga.

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