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Diary June 10, 1919

Tyroleans demand a referendum to join Germany
After South Tyrol is to be ceded to Italy, the Tyroleans demand a referendum to join Germany.
World War One Diary for Tuesday, June 10, 1919:


France – Peace Process: Austria protests at Allied terms.
Baltic States: Estonians take Jakobstadt and Kreutzburg on river Dvina.
North Russia: British storm Murmansk Railway Siding 10 (until June 11) after 500 Whites refuse to attack, but British repulsed 4 miles to south (June 23) in scorching heat and temporarily relieved by Italians (June 26-July 3).
USA: Senator Knox’s resolution asks for League Covenant’s separation from Peace Treaty.

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