[November 9, 1919] Ongoing armed conflict in Europe one year after WW1 had ended
New-York tribune. November 9, 1919, Page 26
- In the Baltic region there is a four-cornered struggle between the Lett and Esth nationalist troops, the German-Russian monarchist force of Colonel Bermondt, and the Bolsheviki.
- South of Petrograd the alleged anti-Gerynan forces of General Yudenich are in contact with the "red" armies.
- On the North Russian front the troops of the anti-Bolshevik Archangel government arc still "sticking it out" in spite of the withdrawal of the British expeditionary force.
- In Eastern Russia Kolchak's army is suffering one defeat after another at the hands of the "reds."
- In Southern Russia, there is the volunteer army of General Denikin making war on the "reds" and the Ukrainians.
- In Volhynia and Podolia the troops of the Ukrainian directorate, under Symon Petlura, are facing the Bolsheviki on one side, the Poles on the other.
- Along the Dvina, the Polish-Bolshevik war continues.
- In Silesia, there is no actual fighting, but something very much like a truce between the Poles and Germans.
- Hungary, what with the Romanian occupation and the White Terror, with its pogroms and wholesale executions, is very much in the state of war.
- On the Adriatic fighting may start any moment between the Italians and Jugo-Slavs, with In Albania promiscuous fighting is going on, with Italians, French, Greeks, Serbians and Albanians participating.
- In Albania promiscuous fighting is going on, with Italians, French, Greeks, Serbians and Albanians participating.
- In Asia Minor, the Turkish nationalist forces of Mustappa Kemal Pasha are defying the Allies.