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Diary March 20, 1919

Four of the 'Big Five'
Four of the ‘Big Five’: Vittorio Orlando (Italy), David Loyd (Great Britain), Georges Clemenceau (France), Woodrow Wilson (USA). The fifth is Japan.
World War One Diary for Thursday, March 20, 1919:

France: The ‘Big Five’ discuss Near East with Allenby, who is made Egypt Special High Commissioner (March 21) and returns there on March 25.
Britain: Coal industry Sankey Royal Commission interim report.
Hungary­: Allied ultimatum (by French Military Mission Chief) demands extensive crown lands within 10 days including Debrecen and Oradea, second and third cities.

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