Diary February 28, 1919

 message of death at the front

The message of death at the front: the war had begun with jubilation and enthusiasm, and after four and a half years millions of families were left without a mover.

World War One Diary for Friday, February 28, 1919:

Italy: War losses published.
France – Peace Process: Russian ‘Prinkipo’ conference not to be held. Blockade of Bulgaria ends.
USA: Lord Reading arrives in New York. Senators Lodge and Knox oppose League of Nations.
Britain: 948,620 people on out-of-work donations.
Germany – Bavaria: Motion for declaring a Soviet republic defeated.

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