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The Michigan Daily, 1918-11-11

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No. 86.

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1918.

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(By The Associated Press)
Washington, Nov. 11.-Representatives of the German government signed the Entente's peace terms at 12:01 o'clock t
orning. Hostilities on the western front will ce ase at 6 o'clock this morning, Washington time, or 11 o'clock last night, Paris ti

ing to a close the world's greatest war.

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This announcement was made by the stat department at 2:22 o'clock this morning.

iTATE DEPARTMENT TO ISSUE full
DETAILS AT'BTHIS MN HUNS
SEND TEANSWER BY WIRELESS

time, 11 o'clock Paris time, will not be made public by the state I ilians held prisoners in Germany without such reciprocal action

department before 8 o'clock this morning. This was stated official-
ly. Military men, here, however, regard it as certain that they in-
clude immediate retirement of the German military forces from
France, Belgium, and Alsace-Lorraine.

the associated governments.

Disarming and demobilization of teh Germany army.

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TENTE PROBABLY TO DEMAND RETIREMENT
OF ENEMY FROM FRANCE, BELGIUM,
AND ALSACE-LORRAINE

Occupying, by the Allied and American forces, of such strategic
points in Germany as will make impossible a renuewal of hostilities..
Delivery of part of the German high seas fleet and a certain num-
ber of submarines to the Allied and American naval forces.
Disarmment of other German forces nuder supervision of the
Allied and-American navies ot guard them.
Occupying of the principle German naval bases by the sea
forces of the victorious nations.
Release of Allied and American soldiers, sailors and civ-

There was no inforamtion as to teh circumstances nuder whi
the armistoice was signed, but since the German courier did r
reach German military headquarters until 1Ooclock yesterday mo:
ing, it was generally assumed here that the German envoys wit
teh French line had been instructed by wireless to sign teh terms.
Forty-seven hours had been required for the couriers to rea
German headquarters and unquestionably several hours were n
essary for the examination of the terms and a decision. It was
garded as possible, however, that the decision may have been ma
at Berlin and imphessionse transmitted from there by the new G
man government.
Germany had been given until 11 o'clock this morning, Frer
time, 6 o'clock ashiWngton time to accept, so hostilities will end
the hour set by Marshal Foch for a decision by Germany for pea
or for the continuation of the war.

(By the Associated Press)
, Nov. 11.-(5 A. M.)-The terms of the armis-
unced, which were signed by Germany, and under
will end at 6 o'clock this morning, Washington

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