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The walls of Le Quesnoy, scaled by New Zealand troops liberating the town on 4 November 1918, Henry Armytage Sanders. Image courtesy Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington, New Zealand.

  • New Zealand troops liberate the walled town of Le Quesnoy from four years’ German occupation. They advance 10km and capture nearly 2,000 prisoners in this, their last major action of the war. New Zealand and Le Quesnoy
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  • Bolshevik demonstrations begin in Germany