100 Years Ago – 21 April 1922

21 April 1922

Germany stated that it would rather accept exclusion from discussions about Russia at the Genoa Conference than annul the treaty signed between the two countries earlier on in the week.

Over 400 people were killed following the explosion of ammunition in Manastir, now Bitola in North Macedonia.

Michael Collins and Éamon de Valera met in Dublin to discuss the future of governance in Ireland, although no agreement was reached. Fighting broke out across the city, with shots fired at the headquarters of the Provision Government.