This is what the 1918 style set from 28 October’s micropatch looks like. Style treated as non-historical, valued at 1,750 gold.
Available for vehicles of all nationalities and tiers.
– Multiseason style in honor of Armistice Day.
On November 11, 1918, the Entente countries and Germany signed an armistice ending World War I. It was signed in Ferdinand Foch’s railway car in the Compiègne Forest, and the truce officially entered into force at 11:00.
Armistice Day in Compiègne is celebrated in most of the former Entente countries. The British pin red poppy flowers on their clothes on this day – a tradition that commemorates the women and men who served and died in this war. The battles of the Western Front were fought in poppy fields where dirt, ash and smoke mingled with red flower petals in eruptions. In many countries, a volley of honor (also known as a volley for 21 shots) is fired during the celebration.
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Particularly in memory of my two Great-Uncles, Pte Thomas Murray (died 14/9/1914 aged 20) of the Queen’s Own Cameron Highlanders and his brother Cpl Andrew Murray MM MiD(died 23/11/1917 aged 22) formerly of the same Regiment and killed during the Battle of Cambrai as a crew member of Eclipse II.
Jesus, they were younger than me. I must live my life to its fullest potential to honor these chaps.
Thanks to them and all veterans, we can be safe and free from tyranny. Happy Veteran’s Day.
Learn some history so you’re not so easily manipulated.
To be fair a WW1 win from the Central Powers would just prolong monarchism for 20-30 years.
Sorry but your ancestors died for nothing killing our European brothers.
All of them certainly were not fighting to create the modern world we have now. They would be appalled to see that their fighting has allowed such disgusting chaos across Europe today.