Foreign News: Armistice?

In London last week the European Advisory Commission* worked out the final draft of an armistice for Bulgaria. Under its reported terms the Bulgars must withdraw immediately from Greek and Yugoslav territory in Macedonia and Thrace; pay reparations (amount not yet fixed) to Greece and Yugoslavia; continue fighting their erstwhile ally, Germany; permit the Allies to use Bulgaria for attacking Germany.

Bulgaria capitulated to the Russian Army on Sept. 6. Armistice terms were delayed because: 1) the E.A.C. was too busy with the bigger problem of what to do with Germany; 2) Bulgarians made no move to get out of Yugoslav Macedonia...

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