Diary March 24, 1919

Lloyd George, Orlando, Clemenceau, Wilson

The statesmen responsible for the Versailles Peace Treaty, Lloyd George (Great Britain), Orlando (Italy), Clemenceau (France) and Woodrow Wilson (USA).

World War One Diary for Monday, March 24, 1919:

France – Peace Process: Council of Ten reduced to Council of Four at Lloyd George’s suggestion (Wilson, Lloyd George, Clemenceau, Orlando) to speed treaty, first meets March 25.
Switzerland: British­-protected Emperor Charles arrives via Innsbruck (area of Italian Third Army).
Britain: Tea prices and distribution de­-controlled. 100,000 miners strike (until March 29) but await national ballot on Royal Commission.

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