World War One Diary for Wednesday, May 7, 1919:
France – Peace Process – 7th Plenary Session: draft treaty read by Clemenceau to German delegation at Trianon Palace (Versailles) with 15 days for consideration in writing (deadline extended May 20 to May 29). Count Brockdorff-Rantzau in speech, remaining seated, refuses to admit whole war guilt. All German colonies mandated except Togo and Cameroons which await Anglo-French recommendations.
Ukraine: Major Grigorev rebels vs Red Ukraine Front and disrupts its rear areas till killed late July.