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Diary January 7, 1919


French postcard celebrates victory
This French postcard celebrates victory with ‘We got them!’.
World War One Diary for Tuesday, January 7, 1919:


France: US President Wilson arrives in Paris.
Russia: British force sent to Caucasus.
Siberia: 1/9th Hampshire Regiment (1,023 men) relieves 25th Middlesex at Omsk (until May).
Britain: War Cabinet’s Eastern Comittee dissolved. Revised de-mobilization rules issued after 2 soldiers’ demos in Whitehall. Lloyd George appeals for patience on January 8.

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