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Diary May 3, 1919

British Victory Parade in Dublin
Whippet tanks at the British Victory Parade in Dublin.
World War One Diary for Saturday, May 3, 1919:


Ireland: 3 Irish­-American ‘Friends of Irish Freedom’, having lobbied Wilson in Paris, arrive to report (June 3).
Britain: Ration book issue ended; butter ration increased to 2oz per head per week. Overseas troops march through London.
Baltic States: German Latvian coup. Supreme Allied Council demands General Goltz’s recall.
Czechoslovakia: Hungarians invade Czechoslovakia and beat Czechs on May 24.

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