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Armistice 1918 (The World Wars)

by R. G. Grant

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This is a classic history book that talks about every thing that happened in the armistice and the Treaty of Versailles. This book talks about what was happening before the war and armistice and what happened after the the Treaty of Versailles. The book has chapters on how people were like after the war and all that land, payments, and the things the Axis powers had to do. It talks about the people that made the Treaty of Versailles, and the leaders of the the major powers of the war. it talks about what happend to the soilders and leaders before and after the war. It is a classic history book.
I like this book because it had everything I needed for my NHD project. It told about he people invovled and what happened to them. It told about the countries and what happened to them after the Treaty of Versalles. It even talked about what Hitler was doing during the war. I really like this book and recommend it to people because it has everything you need about the Treaty of Versailles and the Armistice. ( )
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Discusses the end of World War I and the signing of the armistice and of the Treaty of Versailles. Discusses the harsh terms of these documents and the overall impact of the war on the world.

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