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Diary June 22, 1919

French war propaganda
In order not to let war tiredness arise, the spirit of hatred was stirred up on both sides, which then inevitably spread to the ‘dictatorship’ peace of Versailles.
World War One Diary for Sunday, June 22, 1919:


France – Peace Process: German Assembly at Weimar votes 237­-138 for Peace Treaty. Supreme Council refuses to accept German war guilt and criminals reservations.
South Russia: ­Denikin’s Volunteer Army 24 miles from Kharkov, takes Belgorod and Valuiki on June 23.

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