16th Nov 1918: British commence march into Rhinelands

The British Fourth and Second Armies were detailed to commence their march into Germany where the occupation of the Rhine was an Armistice condition. The Fourth Army consisted of the 2nd Cavalry Division, VI Corps, IV Corps, IX Corps and the Australian Corps. Meanwhile the Australian Demobilisation and Repatriation Branch was formed with General White presiding.

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