It was called "The war to end all wars," but World War I ushered in revolutions, tyrannical regimes, and an even bloodier global conflict two decades later. The Associated Press marks 100 years since the signing of the armistice.

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From first shot to silence of peace: Timeline of World War I

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AP Was There: Armistice brings World War I to an end | Island Packet AP Was There: Armistice brings World War I to an end

AP Was There: Armistice brings World War I to an end.

Pages 42-43 A stand-off that ended in abject surrender - Pages 44-45 Assassination to Armistice: The war in pictures - Pages 46-47 How we covered key events during the war

World War I armistice centenary: The last days of the Great War World War I armistice centenary: The last days of the Great War

The Great War drew in some 30 nations and their colonies, and mobilised around 70 million soldiers.

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How the Armistice was signed hours before war ended How the Armistice was signed hours before war ended

THE Armistice, which wasn’t an armistice at all but an abject surrender, should have begun earlier – not on at the 11th hour of the 11th day of…

On 11 November 1918, jubilant crowds across Britain celebrated the end of the war. But many new struggles were just beginning

Europe News: The "war to end all wars" turned out to be the opposite. By ensuring Germany's economic ruin and political humiliation, the post-war settlement provid

World War I in 10 key events | eNCA

World War I was sparked by the assassination of a prince in Sarajevo 1914 and ended with an armistice signed in a French forest in 1918.