Newspaper Image 1 of The New York times (New-York [N.Y.]), January 5, 1919
AMERICAN SOLDIERS MAKING THEIR ENTRY INTO THE GERMAN CITY OF TREVES ON THE MOSELLE, CIVILIANS AND CHILDREN
LOOKING ON WITH INTEREST, GERMAN SOLDIERS APPARENTLY IGNORING THE EXTRAORDINARY EVENT.
AMERICAN SOLDIERS, BY TRUCK LOADS, PASSING THROUGH THE STREETS OF
TREVES, GERMAN CHILDREN
LOOKING ON WITH
THE FORMER PER
TH A N EMPEROR'S
by a Number of
Which the Former
Kaiser Fled on the
First Indication by
Delicate Electrical In
struments of the Approach
of Allied Airplanes. B
THE HISTORIC SPOT OF THE COMPIEGNE FOREST WHERE THE ARMISTICE WAS SIGNED, ENDING THE GREATEST OF ALL WARS.
At the Left Can Be Seen Marshal Foch's Train in Which the Agreement Was Signed, and in Which the Allies' Commissioners Lived During the Negotiations, and, on the Right; the Train in Which the German Commissioners Lived.
I to the Underground
Passage Which Ex
tended from the
Headquarters to This
Point, Miles Distant,
y Enabling Him to Make
a Quick and Secret Get-
y away. The Doors Are
Now Used to Close the Hole
in the Former German Emperor's Spa Headquarters on Which He Signed
His Abdication Proclamation.
AMERICAN SENTRIES GUARDING THE
MOSELLE BRIDGEHEAD AT TREVES.
(Photo# Underwood Underxoood
ENTRANCE TO THE GROUNDS IN
THE FORMER GERMAN EMPEROR'S
HEADQUARTERS AT SPA
to the Subterranean Bombproof
Chambers to Which He Resorted at the
First Signs of Danger.
About This Newspaper
- The New York times (New-York [N.Y.]), January 5, 1919
- Other Title
- Combined New York morning newspapers
- Combined New York Sunday newspapers
- Contributor Names
- Library of Congress
- Place of Publication
- New-York [N.Y.]
- Created / Published
- New-York [N.Y.], January 5, 1919
- Subject Headings
- - New York (N.Y.)--Newspapers
- - New York County (N.Y.)--Newspapers
- - New York (State)--New York
- - New York (State)--New York County
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- - United States--New York--New York--New York
- - Daily, Apr. 21, 1861-
- - Vol. 6, no. 1868 (Sept. 14, 1857)-
- - Suspended Dec. 12-28, 1958; Dec. 20, 1962-Mar. 1963; Sept. 17-Oct. 10, 1965; and Aug. 10-Nov. 5, 1978.
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- - Sunday issue also includes issues of: The New York times book review.
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- - Weekly ed.: New-York weekly times, 1857-<1896>.
- - Issued monthly in a reduced size publication titled: Little times, <1924-1928>.
- - Latest issue consulted: Vol. 151, no. 52,028 (Feb. 13, 2002).
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