The first page of General Haig's diary entry for 11 November 1914.
'The Armistice came into force at 11am.'
Douglas Haig wrote a daily diary entry throughout the Great War, starting in 1914 with the early days of the British Expeditionary Force. For the last three years of the war he was Commander-in-Chief of the British Army on the Western Front.
Haig's diary includes his account of key battles, such as the Somme and Passchendaele.
Extracts from this diary feature in our free exhibition 'Behind the lines: Personal stories of the First World War', which ran from 27 June to 11 November 2014.