An Armistice Ended Fighting in World War I a Century Ago. Real Peace Took Longer – TIME

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The following is adapted from the LIFE special edition World War I: The Great War and the American Century. From where he stood at the moment the Armistice began, Harry Truman could see a German machine gunner. At 11 a.m., the man took off his helmet …
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