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Diary June 5, 1919

Protest march under the motto 'These German cities robbed Poland'
Protest march under the motto ‘These German cities robbed Poland’ against the demarcation of the German eastern border by the Treaty of Versailles.
World War One Diary for Thursday, June 5, 1919:

France – Peace Process: Paderewski heard on Polish frontiers. Austro-Yugoslav armistice.
North Russia: First Lake Onega flotilla action.
Siberia: General Gadja’s Whites retake Galazov (but lose it June 16 again). Reds take Sarapol.
South Russia: Denikin takes Berdiansk (on Sea of Azov) and Lugansk.
Britain: ­Army demobilization 2,830,146 including 107,743 officers.

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