Diary May 20, 1919

Voroshilov, in the trenches off Tsaritsyn

The later commander-in-chief of the Soviet army and friend of Stalin, Voroshilov, in the trenches at Tsaritsyn.

World War One Diary for Tuesday, May 20, 1919:

Germany: British Rhine Army ready to march farther into Germany to enforce peace terms.
South Russia: Wrangel smashes Red Tenth Army Manych front, taking 15,000 PoWs, 55 guns and 150 MGs; way to Volga and Tsaritsyn open.
France: Chamber votes women vote.

Call of War
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