History of War

THE ARMISTICE 11 NOVEMBER 1918

Over the summer and autumn, as its allies dropped out and its own armies were pushed back, Germany’s leaders realised they would have to come to terms. What terms they could get, and who would negotiate them, occupied the final weeks of wartime diplomacy. Once they

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