World War One Diary for Wednesday, May 28, 1919:
Austria: Yugoslavs attack Austrians in Carinthia (armistice on June 6).
Britain: Limited food and clothing gifts to Germany, Austria and Hungary allowed via recognized agencies. Government inquiry into London traffic begins (London Traffic Board urged May 21).
Afghanistan: Amir Amanullah of Afghanistan writes to Viceroy of India requesting armistice.
Turkey: First Greco-Turk armed clash at Odemis.
Syria: Emir Feisal writes to Allenby with hopes for international commission, but Feisal already negotiating with the French.
South Russia: French repulse Red attack on Benderi.