A armistice is a treated putting fine with hostilities armed in times with Guerre. But it does not put fine officially at the war. It is the day which marks officially the end of a conflict; he is often regarded as a national Festival for the victorious countries left an armed conflict. It is a suspension of hostilities after an agreement between the Belligérant S.
ProcedureOne of the countries in war requires an armistice of another and after several meetings to define the terms of the armistice, terms which normally must prevent the return to the weapons, the armistice is signed by the soldiers.
UtilityNot putting fine officially at the war, an armistice makes it possible the petitioning country to keep the face more or less by avoiding the humiliation of overcome. But in the facts, the terms of the armistice can be very humiliating, while obliging for example weakest to yield territories or to refund the damage caused during the war.
Chronology of the armistices
- January 28th 1871: it marks the end of the Franco-German Guerre of 1870
- November 11th 1918: armistice between the allies and the Germany. He is concluded for one duration from 36 days but will be regularly renewed until the peace treaty the June 28th 1919.
- June 22nd 1940: armistice between the France represented by Pétain and the Germany of Adolf Hitler with Rethondes in the historical coach where the German marshal Foch and officers found themselves for the armistice of November 11th, 1918.
- September 3rd 1943: secret armistice enters the Italians and the Allies, made public the 8.
- July 27th 1953: armistice of Side Mun Jon enters the North Korea and the South Korea
- July 20th 1954: armistice enters the France and the Northern Vietnam
- an armistice puts an end to the Great War of 1914-1918
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