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6 February 1919

Establishment of the rules of conscription to the People’s Guard

– Under the regulations issued by the Commissariat of the Supreme People’s Council, every man aged 18 to 50, who had not served in the military service, became a member of the People’s Guard in his place of residence, while men living outside occupied poviats became members of the People’s Guard in their places of domicile. The People’s Guard started to be recognised as a military formation.

– Germans occupied Zduny near Krotoszyn. Several insurgents were killed and a dozen were taken into captivity.