100 Years Ago – 1 August 1922

1 August 1922

The Greek Government stated that although they wanted to occupy Constantinople (now Istanbul) they wouldn’t so given that the British and French Governments opposed the move.

Raymond Poincaré, the Prime Minister of France, said that the country still expected reparations to be paid as had been agreed with Germany at the London Agreement.

Continued fighting was reported in Mid-Tipperary between the Irregulars and the National Troops.