On 14 August 1918, at a meeting between Emperor Karl and Kaiser Wilhelm at the German headquarters in the Belgian town of Spa, the German Chief of General Staff Hindenburg and his deputy Ludendorff for the first time stated the obvious: the impossibility of the ‘victorious peace’ that had so long been their goal.
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