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The Sad Truth About Armistice Day

Mike King, Tomato Bubble

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Nov. 11, 2014

Most Americans know November 11 as 'Veterans Day' -- the day we honor the poor chumps who have "died for our freedom" (barf), as well as the living ones who knew not and know not of dark powers that misuse the Department of Offense. We do not intend that in any way as an insult to our vets; but that is the tragic historical reality of the situation. 

But what few people know is that the date originated as, and still coincides with, 'Armistice Day'. The date is commemorated every year on the 11th of November to mark the armistice signed between the Allies of World War I and Germany in a railway carriage at Compiègne, France.