Diary June 4, 1919

Brothers in Russian civil war

The brother on the right is with the Whites, much to the annoyance of his Red Brother on the left. The Russian civil war also divided whole families.

World War One Diary for Wednesday, June 4, 1919:

South Russia: Trotsky assures Kharkov, in no more danger than any other city including Moscow.
Siberia: Red Fifth Army drives Kolchack’s left wing back on Ufa.
Britain: Out-of-work donation extended 13 more weeks for ex-servicemen and women. Lord Glanely’s horse Grand Parade wins the Victory Derby.

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