Diary September 10, 1918

Kaiser visits the Krupp works
The Kaiser visits the Krupp works to keep the workers on their toes. Fearing unrest, several divisions are stationed around Berlin.
World War One Diary for Tuesday, September 10, 1918:

Home Fronts

Germany: Kaiser addresses 1500 Krupp workers on only visit to Essen Gusstahlfabrik and gets no response.

Eastern Front

Volga: Red Fifth Army (aided by 4 Baltic Fleet destroyers) retakes Kazan; Czechs and Komuch People’s Army retreat to avoid trap.

Sea War

North Sea: Coastal submarine UB-83 sunk in Pentland Firth by destroyer HMS Ophelia‘s depth charges.

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