THE ARMISTICE TERMS

Campbeltown Courier - - THE GREAT WAR -

Im­me­di­ate evac­u­a­tion of Bel­gium, France, Al­sace-Lor­raine, and Lux­em­bourg. Oc­cu­pa­tion by Al­lied and US forces of the left bank of the Rhine. The sur­ren­der by the Ger­man Gov­ern­ment of the fol­low­ing equip­ment: 5000 guns of which 2500 will be heavy and 2500 field guns; 80,000 ma­chine guns, and a large num­ber of trench mor­tars. Im­me­di­ate repa­tri­a­tion of all Al­lied pris­on­ers of war. All Ger­man troops to be with­drawn from Rus­sia, Rou­ma­nia, and Turkey. Com­plete aban­don­ment of the Brest-Li­tovsk and Bucharest Treaties. Ger­man Army to evac­u­ate the left bank of the Rhine, and Al­lied gar­risons to hold Rhine cross­ings, in­clud­ing Mainz, Coblenz and Cologne. Im­me­di­ate restora­tion of all specie, stocks, shares and all pa­per money be­long­ing to the in­vaded coun­tries; im­me­di­ate resti­tu­tion of the cash be­long­ing to the Na­tional Bank of Bel­gium, with resti­tu­tion of Rus­sian and Rou­ma­nian gold. All sub­marines, in­clud­ing sub­ma­rine cruis­ers and minesweep­ers, to be handed over, and a large part of the Fleet de­mo­bilised. Right to oc­cupy Heligoland as an ad­vanced base to en­force the terms of the armistice. Black Sea ports to he evac­u­ated, and Rus­sian war­ships handed over.

King Ge­orge V

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