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Germanys Surrender in WWI Germany both at home and working in the army were spiralling down hill fast even though the government was hiding the worst of the war under its belt The German people had suffered immensely throughout the war because of the British blockade Food riots had broken out in some major towns and cities and thousands of workers had gone on strike for the high cost of living During the harsh and terrible conditions of the trenches of the Western Front something else swept through the trenches other than the normal bugs It was called the Spanish Flu it hit the Western Front in 1918 and was as deadly as the Plague It often killed its victims within just hours of the first signs of infection Of course this did not go down to well with the soldiers in the trenches as u can imagine Killing each soldier one after another and not particularly helping the German Army Erich Ludendorff was Germanys chief strategist during World War I He believed that Germany needed to concentrate on both land and sea warfare to defeat Britain He led and unrestricted submarine war on Britain which was largely responsible for the entrance of USA into the war With the aid of the United States the Allies were able to defeat the Central Powers and defeat Germany In October 1918 United States President Woodrow Wilson demanded an unconditional surrender from Germany Ludendorff opposed and then later resigned On November 11 1918 at 500 am the Allied and German delegates signed an armistice on terms made up by the Allies at 1100 the same morning hostilities on the western front came to an end The end of the war on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month of 1918 The Germans had surrendered
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