ON THIS DAY - 7 NOVEMBER 1918
Marshall Foch informs German armistice delegates they may advance to French outposts by Chimay-Fourmies-La Capelle-Guise road.
Allies' advance continues:
British make formal entry into Valenciennes, gain west outskirts of
Avesnes, reach Haumont (three miles from Mauberge) and Elouges (9.5
miles south-west of Mons).
French and Americans threaten Charleville-Mezieres,
German naval revolt spreading:
Admiral Sir R. Wemyss appointed British Naval representative with Marshal Foch to receive German Delegates.
Health Ministry Bill introduced into Commons.
Yugo-Slav-Serbian Government to be formed.
Kiel and Hamburg in hands of "Soviets".
Flight of King of Bavaria from Munich.
British and French Governments proclaim deliverance of Eastern peoples from Turkish oppression.
Posted by Sir Richard...
Wednesday, November 7, 2018
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