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Hey, we're here to build an encyclopedia, so sources are important :) What's your source for this change of the end of the German Empire's date from 18 to 28? Χρυσάνθη Λυκούση (talk) 01:41, 26 March 2014 (UTC)

UPDATE: Wilhelm II asked German soldiers to withdraw allegiance to him on 28 November 1918. That same day, he abdicated as King of Prussia. Here is a transcript from the page:

"Wilhelm first settled in Amerongen, where on 28 November he issued a formal statement of abdication and released his soldiers and officials from their oath of loyalty to him". -Article: Wilhelm II, German Emperor

That's my source!

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