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Diary June 24, 1919

Versailles Daily Mail
The press had been a powerful agitator of patriotic emotion during the war. But its power to whip up hatred was less welcome for a fair peace.
World War One Diary for Tuesday, June 24, 1919:


France – Peace Process: Belgium to have priority in German reparations up to $ 500 millions.
Hungary: Hungarian­-Czech Army truce. Anti­-Communist Budapest rising suppressed as are three others (June 22­-25).

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