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Diary June 18, 1919

CMB27 Coastal Motor Boat
This is ‘CMB27’, one of the British ‘Coastal Motor Boat’ class.
World War One Diary for Wednesday, June 18, 1919:


Baltic: Royal Navy’s CMB4 torpedoes sinks Red cruiser Oleg off Fort Krasnya Gorka, Lieutenant Agar wins Victoria Cross. Stalin executes 67 actually loyal officers of Kronstadt garrison.
Siberia­: Reds take Ossa and Okhansk.
South Russia: White Volunteer Army clears Crimea (until June 29); Reds join Whites or are shot.
Turkey: Turks retake Nazli from Greeks and advance on Aidin (June 21).

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