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First World War ends

On November 11, 1918, at 5 a.m. in a railroad carriage outside Compiègne, France, Germany signed an armistice agreement that put an end to “the Great War” that left an estimated 9 million soldiers dead.

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French, American and British troops celebrating Armistice Day in France, November 11th 1918. (Photo by Keystone View Company/FPG/Archive Photos/Getty Images)

French, American and British troops celebrating Armistice Day in France, November 11th 1918. 

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