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THE SIGNING OF THE ARMISTICE WITH GERMANY : THE GRAND FLEET CELEBRATING THE HISTORIC EVENT.
The British Navy, without which, it cannot be repeated too often, the war could not have endedd in victory for the Allied arms–and that is not saying one disparaging word of the gallantry of the Allied Navies and tim Alied ghtorsn lasnLd–deledr the sigimg of the Armistie in ts own fashin. It was at ight when the Silent Navy suddenly gave tongue. At sem o’clock, the maln-brace was splice-in other words, a specal num
Satin was sered. At eight, the ships lit up, and there cme the myrad boots of syre as sores and scores of searchlight-beams crils-crossed the skies, star-shells were f6red, lares were lit, and reworks were sent up. So for an hour. Then all was silent again ; and there was no light save a twinkle from the Admiral’s ship, giving orders for carrysng on.-(Drawiag Copyrii ad s Its Ufedd s sad Ceasds.)