Diary March 21, 1919

 Hungarian communist leader Bela Khun

The Hungarian communist leader Bela Kun in Budapest during the sovereignty of the councils in 1919.

World War One Diary for Friday, March 21, 1919:

Hungary: Count Karolyi’s Government in Budapest (resigned because of the Allied territorial claims) replaced by Communist­-Socialist coalition in which Communist Bela Kun foreign minister among 16 people’s commissars whom Soviets support. Allied Missions leave on March 26. Hungarian Soviet Republic declared.
Balkans: Danube navigation resumes.

Supremacy 1914
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