The First World War ended at 11am on 11th November 1918, having taken the lives of 9 million soldiers. But what happened on the last day of this conflict?
Travelling to the Battlefields in France and Belgium, this documentary visits the places where Americans, British, French, Canadian and German troops were fighting as the war came to an end.
Thanks to newly discovered photographs and original research, contemporary film archive and state of the art graphics, this film tells the explosive story of one of the most important days in history.
There was a reason why the War ended at 11am. The Armistice with Germany was agreed to come into effect at 11am to allow time for the new to reach combatants.
This documentary shows how the last day of the battle looked.
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