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Diary March 14, 1919

French troops in Frankfurt (Main)
French troops in Frankfurt (Main), which is occupied on 6 April 1920.
World War One Diary for Friday, March 14, 1919:


France: Britain and USA offer French Government defence treaties in lieu of Rhineland Republic on West bank. Clemenceau asks for guarantees, demilitarized West bank and 31-mile strip on East bank. President Wilson back in Paris. Franc falls against £ (until March 18) due to ending of British government London market support.

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