Some books, articles and document sources containing information about the False Armistice.  Arranged chronologically rather than alphabetically.

John Bach McMaster,  The United States in the World War (1918-1920). 1920. Reprint. London. Forgotten Books, 2013, pp. 210-212.

Arthur Hornblow, Jr,  The Amazing Armistice: Inside Story of the Premature Peace Report. Published originally in The Century Magazine, November 1921.

Marcel Berger and Paul Allard,  Les Secrets de la Censure pendant la Guerre.  Paris, Editions des Portiques. 1932.

U.S. Department of State: Papers Relating to the Foreign Relations of the United States, 1918. Supplement 1, The World War (1918). Part 1: The Continuation and Conclusion of the WarParticipation of the United States. Made public, 1933.

Webb Miller,  I Found No Peace. The Journal of a Foreign Correspondent. New York. 1936.

Ray Stannard Baker,  Woodrow Wilson Life and Letters: Armistice, March 1-November 11, 1918. Volume 8. New York. 1939.

U.S. Department of State, Papers Relating to the Foreign Relations of the United States: The Lansing Papers, 1914-1920.  Vol 2. 1940.

Will Irwin, The Making of a Reporter. New York. 1942. [See also Emmet Crozier below]

Josephus Daniels,  The Wilson Era. Chapel Hill, N.C. 1946.

Center Of Military History, United States Army in the World War, 1917-1919. The Armistice Agreement and Related Documents. Volume 10. Part 1. Washington D.C. 1991. First printed 1948.

Emmet Crozier,  American Reporters on the Western Front, 1914 –1918. New York. 1959.

Edward M. Coffman,  The War to end all Wars: The American Military Experience in World War I. New York. 1968.

John Toland,  No Man’s Land. The Story of 1918. 1980.

Stanley Weintraub,  A Stillness Heard Round the World. The End of the Great War: November 1918. 1985. Paperback 1987.

Bullitt Lowry,  Armistice 1918. Kent State University Press. 1996.

Nicholas Best,  The Greatest Day in History. How the Great War Really Ended. 2008.

James Smith, ‘The False Armistice – 7 November 1918’, on Centenary News, 16 May 2017, on [Listed under Features]

James Smith, ‘Reuters and the False Armistice of 7 November 1918’, on The Baron Archives, 6 April 2017.                                                                                

James Smith, ‘The Press Censors and the Reuter Armistice Bulletin of 7 November 1918’, on The Baron Archives, 10 July 2017.                                             


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