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When the attached front page news column was read by the American Doughboys, the truce was old news, however it makes for an interesting read as it is able to impart much of the Armistice excitement that filled the streets of Paris when the news of the Armistice hit. This front-page item makes clear that many of the rumors pertaining to the German collapse could not be verified, yet affirms reports concerning the revolution in Germany, it's food shortages and the Kaiser's exile to Holland.

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The News of the W.W. I  Armistice (The Stars and Stripes, 1918)

The News of the W.W. I  Armistice (The Stars and Stripes, 1918)

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