Family Research – English, Scottish and Irish Genealogy

8/11/2008

Quest for a ‘just peace’

While armistice talks took place on the various military fronts in the autumn of 1918, the fighting continued. On the Western Front, where the Allied commanders feared that a premature armistice would allow Germany to renew the war in 1919, the conflict lasted into early November. Fierce battles on the Italian Front continued until as late as 27 October, when British and Italian troops crossed the River Piave and the Austrian army finally collapsed. In two remote regions – Albania and East Africa – the Central Powers were still carrying the fight to the Allies weeks after the last armistice had been signed. for more click here

Did you like this? Share it:
Some Text