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Diary March 22, 1919

Jubilation in London
Jubilation in London over the won war.
World War One Diary for Saturday, March 22, 1919:

Britain: Guards Division victory march through London.
France – Peace Process: League of Nations first meeting since February 14. Farman brothers open Paris-Brussels weekly air passenger service.
Egypt: General Bulfin C-in­-C.
Austria: Lieutenant-Colonel Strutt gets Chancellor Renner to drop final abdication demand by drafting telegram (without authority) ordering stop to food trains.

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