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Alexander Kerensky

German forces in Belgium captured a British patrol June 19, who revealed plans for an amphibious landing behind German lines. Although a surprise landing by Allied forces across the channel would perhaps be successful if a surprise, now that the attempt is expected, the Germans are sure to be ready.

On June 21, more turmoil arose in Russia as Georgy Lvov was replaced by Alexander Kerensky as head of the Provisional Government.

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