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Diary May 4, 1919

Admiral Kolchak
Admiral Kolchak at table (centre) in Ekaterinburg.
World War One Diary for Sunday, May 4, 1919:

France – Peace Process: Supreme Allied Council invites Italians’ return, they do on May 5. Senior US official, probably E House, sees Kerensky who feels Reds can last ‘only a few months now’ but fears Kolchack regime will be scarcely better.
China: ­15,000 Peking students ‘May the 4th’ protest over Shantung going to Japan.

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