Under an enormous “Germany Surrenders” headline, The Salt Lake Tribune heralded the tip of the “war to end all wars” on Nov. 11, 1918, 100 years ago.
Gathered listed below are images of one of the most headlines, cartoons and images from this historical version of the newspaper.
The entrance web page of a unique addition of The Salt Lake Tribune from November 11, 1918, declares Germany’s give up and the tip of WWI.
The backside part of the entrance web page contained this tale about political upheaval in Germany.
This blurb at the entrance web page describes an impromptu birthday party on Main Street when 1000’s of folks accrued downtown. The inset photograph from The Tribune’s archive displays the scene.
This cool animated film depicts a German soldier surrendering beneath danger from Allied forces. It ran at the entrance web page of the particular version.
An advert inside of describes squaddies with PTSD, pronouncing they’re coming “back from the mouth of hell.”
As the Prussian Empire fell on the finish of WWI, left wing revolutionaries in brief managed Berlin.
Local casualties are indexed at the side of information from Germany.
This advert for chewing gum ran, the day Germany surrendered, finishing WWI.
WWI soldier Harold Kimball of Salt Lake City is featured within the version saying Germany’s give up and the tip of WWI.
This ode to an American soldier ran, the day Germany surrendered, finishing WWI.
This advert urges readers to proceed to donate cash to US troops.
This Mutt and Jeff cool animated film about existence within the Army ran the day Germany surrendered, finishing WWI.
This article describes an enormous funeral carrier for American squaddies in France.
This advert performs on patriotic fervor to promote a product that claimed it might make stronger one’s blood.
Officers E.G. Woolley and W.E. Kneass are observed in France.