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    @ParliamentWW1 - 31/07/2019

    On 31 January 1922 Lt. Ronald J. Sholto Douglas, son of the 19th Earl of Morton, died from illness contracted on service at Sierre #WW1 https://t.co/VnpI8HVXEA

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    @ParliamentWW1 - 31/07/2019

    On 12 September 1919 Robert Charles Phillimore, son of the 1st Baron Phillimore, died at Watford from illness contracted on active service. #WW1 https://t.co/xhBvYdSsGx

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    @ParliamentWW1 - 31/07/2019

    With the Treaty of Peace Act now law, the war was officially and finally over. However, there were a number of men who lost their lives after this date due to injuries or illnesses sustained during the War. Today we remember them.

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    @ParliamentWW1 - 31/07/2019

    #Onthisday 1919, the Treaty of Peace Bill and the Anglo-French Treaty (Defence of France) both gained Royal Assent and so became law. You can read the Hansard entry at https://t.co/3YTGRc6U35

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    @ParliamentWW1 - 31/07/2019

    #Onthisday 1919, the Land Settlement (Facilities) Bill had its second reading in the House of Lords. This Bill would allow veterans without experience or training in farming to receive smallholdings. You can read the full debate at https://t.co/Ln7fIjQwSD

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    @ParliamentWW1 - 30/07/2019

    MPs suggested that dancing be held on Saturdays in the Royal Parks during the summer months #onthisday 1919. The Government stated that they were considering the matter in consultation with the League of Arts. You can read the Hansard entry at https://t.co/C3RrlL7E5t

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    @ParliamentWW1 - 30/07/2019

    #Onthisday 1919, MPs had questions about the Peace Treaty term which required Germany to deliver 40,000 cows. They wanted to know if the number of cows or the period of delivery were negotiable. Read the discussion at https://t.co/ngGvG5g3Af

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    @ParliamentWW1 - 30/07/2019

    MPs were concerned that fulfilling the conditions of the Anglo-French Treaty (Defence of France) Bill would result in Britain breaking the covenant of the League of Nations. You can read the discussion at https://t.co/ZioELIJzIj

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    @ParliamentWW1 - 30/07/2019

    MPs also asked if the Poet Laureate had written anything to commemmorate Britain's part in the war #onthisday 1919. The Government replied that he had not. You can read the full Hansard entry at https://t.co/DqAS3bLKdR

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    @ParliamentWW1 - 30/07/2019

    MPs asked how the salvage of the German fleet sunk at Scapa was progressing #onthisday 1919. The Government confirmed that 19 ships had been salvaged. You can read their full answer. including a breakdown of the ships at https://t.co/8Cwq0CYRz9