100 Years Ago – 15 April 1922

15 April 1922

The Russian Government announced that it was opposing certain elements of the agreements made in the Genoa Conference and agreed by leaders including David Lloyd George, the British Prime Minister. Lloyd George said that if the Russians couldn’t agree when the conference would be over as far as Russians affairs were concerned.

A number of men took over the law courts in Dublin, but denied that they were planning a coup.

The negotiations between the Engineering Employers’ Federation and Negotiating Committee of the 47 engineer unions broke down without an agreement.