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Synonyms for armistice



Synonyms for armistice

a temporary cessation of hostilities by mutual consent of the contending parties

Synonyms for armistice

a state of peace agreed to between opponents so they can discuss peace terms

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Today, the site remains as a memorial - the Glade of the Armistice.
The 2018 events include ceremonies commemorating General Ferdinand Foch's appointment as Supreme Allied Commander on the Western Front and the Battle of Amiens, and bells ringing out across the UK on Armistice Day.
troops here to maintain a watertight security posture so that they can immediately respond to any situation in accordance with the UNC rules of engagement while complying with the Armistice Agreement," Song said.
1918: The Armistice was signed between the Allies and Germany in a railway carriage in the forest of Compiegne to end the First World War.
Thousands of people across Britain marked Armistice Day, the end of World War I in 1918, with a two-minute silence yesterday to remember the country's war dead.
And so Armistice Day, which became Remembrance Day after the end of WWII, began.
The Armistice Centenary Grants Program will ensure the memory of those who gave so much in defence of our values and freedom live on.
Armistice Day commemorates the signing of the armistice between the Allies and Germany at 11am on November 11, 1918 - the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month.
11, 1918 - at the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month - the Allies and Germany formally signed an armistice agreement ending their fight.
A range of activities were organised at the Paddock school to commemorate Armistice Day.
The town's cenotaph outside Albert Park on Linthorpe Road hosts three events during November - for the laying of the first poppy, Remembrance Sunday, and Armistice Day.
Veterans Day was originally called Armistice Day and was established by President Woodrow Wilson in November 1919.
Over sixty years ago this year, on 27 July 1953, an armistice agreement ended the fighting between United Nations (UN) forces and Chinese and North Korean armies on the Korean peninsula.
SHOPPERS, office workers and pupils fell silent for two minutes yesterday to mark Armistice Day.
As the Korean Armistice turns 60, Ian McGibbon urges more understanding of the historical context of the current crisis on the peninsula and of possible choices that might confront this country.