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Only 22 years earlier the odds had been the other way around and a defeated Germany was forced to sign a similar agreement on 11 November 1918, ending World War One in Europe.Ironically, it was this event, that had led to the start of Hitler’s political career.Mergers and acquisitions, questions over suitable advertising, debates about the shape of our bottles, and the emergence of microbreweries -- these are just a few fascinating topics in Canadian brewing history.So sit back, raise a glass and enjoy as the CBC Archives looks at Canada's beer industry.For Adolf Hitler, the signing of the Franco-German Armistice of 22 June 1940 in a railway carriage at Compiègne, France was a great triumph.It gave him an immense status among the German people and his political followers.They are able through solid programs and positive role modeling to create an environment where kids are able not only to improve their hockey skill, they are also encouraged to set goals and work towards achieving them.
But the Armistice was also a chance for sweet, almost personal, revenge.If we would have learned anything from this, it would be that no one should feel victorious here.We went to the museum with our car, but we saw a lot of coaches coming in too, so there must be organized tours that can take you there. For more information check the website of the Armistice Museum.Approaching the line, 'whose broad stripes and bright stars through the perilous fight', Normand was became flumoxed and ended up singing, 'those broad stripes and bright stars...at the dawn's early light.'Obviously, Normand will have thanked her lucky stars that she was performing in Canada and not the United States - whose citizens were outraged when Christina Aguilera fluffed her lines to the national anthem during the 2011 Superbowl.