ASSOCIATED PRESS SUMMARY
NEW YORK, Nov 11 – The Associated Press this morning issues the following statement: After 1567 days of horror during which whole civilized world has been confused, greatest war in history ended this morning at six o’clock, Ontario time. It is believed terms are such nature to protect the world from resumption of struggle by Germans. It is assumed that Armistice calls for demobilization of Germany army, surrender of part of her fleet and dismantling of rest. The terms announcement of State Dept. did not tell anything of the scene of Marshall Foch headquarters at the time the armistice was signed. It was stated however, that at five o’clock Paris time, signatures of Germany’s delegates were affixed to document which blasted forever the dreams which embodied the world in struggle which has cost at very lowest estimate ten million lives.
While the curtain was rolling on most stupendous tragedy in mankind’s history, events were moving with terrible swiftness, in Germany, the nation about which revolved plot and counter plot of drama. Berlin, Leipsic, Stuttgart, Cologne, Hamburg and Frankfort are in hands of revolutionists, who last week raised red flag at Kiel.
Germany’s Navy is apparently scattered in to disjoined units, each seeking sanctuary in Danish ports or waiting in German harbors for the latest turn of events.
Wurtenburg, Schleswig Holstein and Hesse, Darmstadt have declared themselves independent republics following action taken by Bavaria.
Last Friday Wilhelm II., of Wurtenburg is reported to have abdicated Saxony is said to be near a like declaration and the revolutionists are said to be in control at Dresden.