Diary February 4, 1918

The poster calls on French civilians and soldiers to pay attention to enemy agents and spies.

World War One Diary for Monday, February 4, 1918:
Home Fronts

France: Bolo Pasha court-martial, death sentence (February 14, executed at Vincennes April 17), had received German funds to corrupt press.
USA­: German Aliens registration week.

Western Front

More US units assigned to front-line.
Lorraine: Count Bothmer (ex-Eastern Front Suedarmee) in command of new German Nineteenth Army for duration of war.

Eastern Front

Don: Alexeiev’s 3,500-officer Volunteer ‘Army’ begins ‘Ice March’.

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