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Diary May 27, 1919

demonstration against the transfer of Upper Silesia
German protest demonstration against the transfer of Upper Silesia to Poland.
World War One Diary for Tuesday, May 27, 1919:

France – Peace Process: Draft treaty presented to Poland. German counter-proposals published in Berlin.
North Russia: British 238th Relief Brigade lands at Archangel, reaches front June 6.
Afghanistan: British Baluchistan Force (57 casualties) captures Spin Baldak fortress (356 Afghan casualties, 250 escape), posing threat to Kandahar.

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