On this day in 1918, fighting in World War I comes to an end with the signing of an armistice between the Allies and Germany. "Never again will there be a global conflict, and certainly not involving Germany," says a noted psychic of the time.

On this day in 1921, President Harding dedicates the Tomb of the Practically Unknown Soldier in Arlington National Cemetery, after unintentionally blurting out his name.

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