Armistice Day 1918 1918

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No title. Retrospective look at Armistice Day. "The greatest day in all history: How they took the news of Germany's surrender in the largest cities of the world." High angle shot of large crowd of people moving through a city street. "Armistice Day - Eight years ago in Paris - " High angle shot of...



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