The Department of the Secretary of State (Mr. Lansing) has announced that Germany has Signed the Armistice. Vancouver, Nov. 11. ...Article : 124 words
A German wireless message says the Majority Socialists have decided upon equal, direct, and secret suffrage, and proportional representation for the ...Article : 44 words
The following German official message was intercepted by Admiralty wireless last night:— Herr Ebert, the Imperial Chancellor, ...Article : 297 words
Herr S[?]hiedemann, on behalf of the German Socialist leaders, sent an ultimatum to the Chancellor that he would withdraw from the Government unless ...Article : 76 words
Fighting in Berlin began at 6 o'clock last evening, and lasted for two hours. A crowd from the Unter den Linden to Friedrichstrasse surged into the ...Article : 83 words
MARSHAL FOCH, Generalissim[?] of the Victorious Allied Armies. The name of Marshal Foch, the great French soldier, will in history's pages outshine even that of Napolcon. He is the first military figure of the World ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 208 words
It is reported from Vandrup, in Holland, that the Princess Henry of Prussia was wounded in the left arm by a bullet when escaping from Kiel with ...Article : 44 words
Throughout yesterday, as on several previous days, there had been a big crowd outside "The Mercury" Office, eagerly seanning the news boards as ...Article : 1,814 words
The Amsterdam correspondent of the "Daily Chronicle" states that the Kaiser's visit to the Army Headquarters was intended to raily te army around ...Article : 111 words
All the news received in Amsterdam from Germany indicates that the old regime has entirely collapsed, and that the Social Democrats control ...Article : 136 words
The following is a summary of the terms of the armistice imposed on Germany:— MILITARY TERMS. ...Article : 275 words
The Kaiser is now on the Dutch frontier, awaiting the permission of the Dutch Government to cross the frontier and to proceed to Geddachten, ...Article : 779 words
The Red Guards occupied the greater part of Berlin in two hours. There was severe fighting, and a violent cannonade in the heart of the city. A ...Article : 102 words
When Captain Ho[?]dorf, the courier carrying the armistice conditions, was held up by enemy gun-fire, wireless messages were sent asking for a ...Article : 205 words
The two factions of German Socialists have joined hands, and formed a Workmen's and Soldiers' Council to maintain order. ...Article : 492 words
At a specially convened meeting of the Chinese Association held last evening, resolutions were passed expressing pleasure at the news to hand of the ...Article : 177 words
The revolutionary movement which began in North Germany has now spread over the greater part of the south. Six German warships have ...Article : 144 words
At Berlin the revolutionaries have captured the Crown Prince's Palace. Much fighting and burning of property is taking place. ...Article : 336 words
The Press Bureau issued the following to-day:—In view of the new conditions in the general situation, the King remains in London in order to be ...Article : 46 words
The glad news of the signing of the armistice was posted here shortly after 10 o'clock to-night, and the citizens immediately let themselves go. The firebells ...Article : 487 words
Herr Evert, the Regent under the new regime, has been appointed Imperial Chancellor of Germany in succession to Prince Maximilian, and has ...Article : 45 words
When the Bavarian republic was proclaimed, the Munich garrison and police surrondered to the Soldiers' and Peasants' Council, which controls the ...Article : 106 words
King Alfonso of Spain has asked Count Romanones, a former Premier, to form a Cabinet in succession to the Coalition Government, which has ...Article : 58 words
Mr. E. Shortt, the Chief Secretary [?] for Ireland, addressing his constitu[?]nts at Newcastie-on-Tyne last night, said the time had arrived when the Allies ...Article : 114 words
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