See 1918 peace treaty

The ceasefire treaty signed by the Allied and German leaders on November 11, 1918 is on display at the Château de Vincennes until January 22 as the centrepiece of an exhibition on the armistice.

21 November 2018
By Connexion journalist

The document, usually kept in a safe at the service historique at the château, consists of 13 typed pages, which were bound in a book with other related documents such as maps and reports in the 1930s. It marked a truce and the war was then officially ended by the Treaty of Versailles on June 28, 1919.

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