National Post (Latest Edition) - - ANCE DAY - Text by Tristin Hop­per and Michael Hig­gins Na­tional Post

By late 1918, the Ger­man na­tion was sub­jected to waves of mu­tinies, protests and minirev­o­lu­tions. Its army was de­feated, its navy re­fused to fight, its peo­ple were starv­ing and the Kaiser had ab­di­cated. Aware that fu­ture fight­ing was hope­less, Ger­many agreed to an ar­mistice that came into ef­fect on Nov. 11, 1918.

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