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Diary May 15, 1919

M V Tukachevsky is one of the most brilliant Red commanders.
M V Tukachevsky is one of the most brilliant Red commanders. He is leading the Red 5th Army against Kolchak.
World War One Diary for Thursday, May 15, 1919:


Siberia: Around this date Red Eastern Front 361,000 men plus 195,000 in three rear Military Districts as Kolchak’s armies retreat.
North Russia – Murmansk Railway: 400 British storm 60th Village (named in honour of the 60th Rifles), Whites occupy Povyenets (May 18) and Allies take Medyezhya (May 21).
France: Zionist leader and master spy Dr Aaronsohn drowned in RAF DH4 mail plane crash, Boulogne Harbour, returning to Peace Conference. News not published till May 20.

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