Saturday, August 18, 2007


This Day in the History of Early Withdrawals

On this day in 1924, because of progress in the London Great War Reparations talks, the military leaders of France and Belgium began the evacuation of troops from Offenburg and Appenweier in the Ruhr, Germany. Bit too soon on that we can now see.


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