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Diary July 13, 1918

British and French soldiers playing cards
British and French soldiers playing cards well behind the lines.
World War One Diary for Saturday, July 13, 1918:

Western Front

France: Petain fixes Mangin’s D-day as July 18. General Haller made C-in-C Polish Army (1 regiment).
Aisne: British XXII Corps transferred south to Ardre Sector.

Eastern Front

Turkestan: White railway¬≠-men massacre Tashkent’s Cheka chief and bodyguard in Ashkabad, but Red Guards repulse drive on Tashkent (July 24).

Southern Fronts

Greece: French General Gramat made CoS Greek Army.

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