March 21, 1927: “too dangerous”

Monday the twenty first
Rained all night hard + has rained all day. Some snow on the ground yet so it must have snowed more than we realized. Audrea did not go to school. too dangerous she is beginning to hack a little I do hope + trust she is not going to have a cough. No one came in. Read in “Just George” + went to bed.


coming soon…

On this day in history: March 21, 1927 (Monday)

Northern Expedition: As the Nationalist Chinese troops of Chiang Kai-shek approached Shanghai, Chinese Communist Party leader Zhou En-lai led the Shanghai Uprising to aid Generalissimo Chiang. A strike was called and 600,000 workers left their jobs. Rebels then seized police stations and armories, cut power and telephone lines, and obeyed Zhou’s orders to not harm foreigners in the city.

(source: Wiki)


1927.03.21-22 - Annie F Morris diary

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