THE ARMISTICE, NOVEMBER 11, 1918
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On celebrations in France. Reel 1, Ger. delegates leave their hdqrs. at Compiegne on Nov. 8. Fr. troops cheer Foch's train at Rethondes on Nov. 11. Gen. Wahl receives the armistice news at the front. Shows celebrations of the 64th Inf., 5th and 92nd Divs., 340th and 102nd F.A. French civilians greet 6th Inf. troops near Remoiville. Negro soldiers guard prisoners. The 28th Div. greets Ger. troops near Dampvitoux. 105th F.A. troops celebrate at Etraye. Reel 2 shows celebrations in Paris: a snake dance on the Avenue de l'Opera, crowded streets, street lamp lightings, and parades.
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