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Diary March 31, 1919

Major-General Sir C.M. Maynard, C-in-C of the Allied Murmansk Force
Major-General Sir C.M. Maynard, C-in-C of the Allied Murmansk Force since June 1918.
World War One Diary for Monday, March 31, 1919:


North Russia: Red attack on Archangel front repulsed. Anglo-French platoon and White Siberian patrol meet at Ust Ujva on river Pechora, 400 miles southeast of Archangel. General Maynard crushes Red revolt at Murmansk.
France – Peace Process: Foch vainly reads the Big Four his memo on Rhine frontier necessity.
Britain: ¬≠Demobilization to date 2,414,000 soldiers; 192,678 widows’ and 10,605 orphans’ pensions granted so far affecting 355,211 children.

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