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THE HISTORY OF VETERAN'S DAY - World War I, then normally referred to simply as The Great War (no one could imagine any war being greater!), ended with the implementation of an armistice [temporary cessation of hostilities—in this case until the final peace treaty, the infamous Treaty of Versailles, was signed in 1919] between the Allies and Germany at the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of November, 1918.
|by Sgt. Lorie Jewell, November 12, 2004, A fallen Soldier display for Sgt. DeForest Talbert was unveiled during a Veterans Day program at Alexandria's Black History Museum.|
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