FIGHT­ING STOPPED AT 6 O’CLOCK THIS MORN­ING

AR­MISTICE BASED ON AL­LIED TERMS SIGNED AT MID­NIGHT

The Sun Times (Owen Sound) - - REMEMBRANCE DAY -

WASH­ING­TON, Nov. 11 – The Ar­mistice has been signed. The World War will end this morn­ing at 6 o’clock Wash­ing­ton time. The Ar­mistice was signed by Ger­man Rep­re­sen­ta­tive at mid­night (our time). An­nounce­ment was made by State Dept. at 2.50 o’clock this morn­ing. This an­nounce­ment was made ver­bally by an of­fi­cial of State Dept. in this form:

“The Ar­mistice has been signed. It was signed at five o’clock a. m. Paris time and hos­til­i­ties will cease t 11 o’clock this morn­ing Paris time.”

The terms of Ar­mistice, it was an­nounced, will not be made pub­lic un­til later. Mil­i­tary men in Wash­ing­ton re­gard it as cer­tain. They in­clude im­me­di­ate re­tire­ment of Ger­man mil­i­tary forces from France, Bel­gium and Al­sace-Lor­raine.

Dis­arm­ing and de­mo­bi­liza­tion of Ger­man armies; oc­cu­pa­tion by the Al­lied and Amer­i­can Forces of such strate­gic points in Ger­many as well make im­pos­si­ble re­newal of hos­til­i­ties; de­liv­ery of part of Ger­man high seas fleet and cer­tain num­ber of sub­marines to Al­lied naval forces; dis­ar­ma­ment of all other Ger­man war­ships un­der su­per­vi­sion of Al­lied and Amer­i­can navies which will guard them; oc­cu­pa­tion of prin­ci­pal Ger­man naval bases by sea forces of vic­to­ri­ous na­tions; re­lease of Al­lied and Amer­i­can sol­diers and civil­ians held prison­ers in Ger­many with­out such re­cip­ro­cal ac­tion by as­so­ci­ated Gov­ern­ments.

LON­DON, Nov 11, 10.56 a.m. – Mar­shall Foch, ac­cord­ing to French wire­less, re­ceived here, has no­ti­fied Ger­man Com­man­der in Chief that hos­til­i­ties will cease on whole front as from Nov. 11 at 11 o’clock a.m. (six o’clock On­tario time).

PARIS, Nov. 11 – Be­sides five prin­ci­pal Ger­man ar­mistice del­e­gates the other in Ger­man party are Ma­jor Duster­berg, Prince Krist­be­land, Von Boettcher and Baron Von Ler­sner. The prin­ci­pal Ger­man del­e­gates are Mathias Erzberger, Gen­eral H. A. A. Win­ter­field, Count Al­fred Von Obern­dorff, Gen­eral and Naval Cap­tain Von Salow.

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