Free Tomorrow: 80th Anniversary Armistice Day Souvenir Copy; 11.11.11: 1918-98.AS BRITAIN commemorates the 80th anniversary of the end of the First World War tomorrow, The Mirror marks the event with a souvenir issue.
For the first time we will reprint reprint An individually bound copy of an article in a journal or science communication the entire Daily Mirror recording Armistice Armistice
(Nov. 11, 1918) Agreement between Germany and the Allies ending World War I. Allied representatives met with a German delegation in a railway carriage at Rethondes, France, to discuss terms. The agreement was signed on Nov. Day 1918 - one of the most historic newspapers of the century.
As the world's largest picture paper at the time we captured, in fascinating detail, the celebrations on the "British Empire's greatest day of joy."
We reflected on the terrible cost of four years of slaughter slaughter
1. the killing of animals for the preparation of meat for human consumption. Many methods are used. See also emergency slaughter, captive bolt pistol, carbon dioxide anesthesia, jewish slaughter, muslim slaughter, pithing, puntilla, shechita, sikh slaughter.
2. , with more than 26 million casualties, and hoped it would be the war to end wars.
It is a brilliant record of one of the most momentous mo·men·tous
Of utmost importance; of outstanding significance or consequence: a momentous occasion; a momentous decision. occasions in Britain's history for you and your family to treasure. And it's only in The Mirror tomorrow.