The Treaty of Versailles (French: Traité de Versailles) was the most important of the peace treaties that brought World War I to an end. The Treaty ended the state of war between Germany and the Allied Powers. It was signed on 28 June 1919, exactly five years after the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand. It became effective on 10 January 1920.
The U.S.—German Peace Treaty is a peace treaty between the U.S. and German governments, signed in Berlin on August 25, 1921. The main reason for the conclusion of that treaty was the fact that the U.S. Senate did not ratify the multilateral peace treaty signed in Versailles, thus leading to a separate peace treaty. Ratifications were exchanged in Berlin on November 11, 1921, and the treaty became effective on the same day. The treaty was registered in League of Nations Treaty Series on August 12, 1922.
19:30 - 21:00. All Welcome
The Staffordshire Regiment Museum
At this important meeting we will receive reports from the Officers of the Association relating to the past year, elect new Officers of the Association, set dates for meetings in 2018, vote on any changes to The Constitution, and set the Membership Fees for the coming year. Membership fees for 2018 become due at the close of the meeting.
The Commandery and Associated Venues in Worcester
Every February Worcester Re-enactors blow away the cobwebs of Winter with a big Multi-period show based at Worcester's Commandery. There are hundreds of re-enactors from all over the country offering everything from musketry to Victorian Prize-fighting.
At M5 Living History Show you will find acres of encampments bursting with history. With re-enactors covering Ancient Greeks, Romans, Medieval, Vikings, Napoleonic, American Civil War, WW1 and 2 and many more; and battles and displays throughout the day, there’s never a dull moment. The large traders’ area can supply you with anything from a new string for you longbow to a tasty burger. There is a large beer tent and food traders catering for all tastes. As the summer holidays draw to a close, there couldn’t be a better family day out than a visit to M5 Spetchley Living History Show.
We will join the Royal British Legion Tipton Branch and Tipton Community Association to remember the casualties of war.