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HUNGARIAN CRISIS.

VIKIVXA, May 5. M. Hela Ktin's, note of surrender provoked such strong feeling against him even in workmen's circles that ho was nearly lynched at- a- meeting of the Workmen/s and Soldiers' Council. Most of the People's Commissaries fled from Budapest for fear that- the niob would commit outrages. An airship is ready to carry off M. He-la Kirn and his associates when the peril necessitates flight.

LONDON, May 5

The "Daily Chronicle's" Copenhagen correspond eni: states that M. Bela Kirn's army is deserting in divisions and joining the Roumanians, who are within 50 kilometres of Budapest! M. BeJa Kun has issued a proclamation calling to the'colours those _ with military -.' training. Others will.- be enroled in training battalions ox* employed at "trench digging. Bu.dape.st has been deolju-ed a war area.

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HUNGARIAN CRISIS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9607, 12 May 1919

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HUNGARIAN CRISIS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9607, 12 May 1919

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