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24 December 1918

Berlin bans Poles from taking part in the elections to the Legislative Parliament

– Berlin authorities ban the residents of the territories of the Prussian Partition from participating in the elections to the Legislative Parliament in Warsaw.

– Major Ignacy Matuszewski, soldier of the 2nd Division of the Supreme Command of the Polish Army, sent a report on the military situation in the territory of the Prussian Partition to Warsaw. According to the report, there were approximately 90000 soldiers in Greater Poland. In the Poznań Province, Poles are concentrated in the Guard and Security Service Units, which are composed of nearly 3000 people, similarly to the unbarracked People’s Guard.