On November 8, 1918, an Englishman, a Frenchman and a German gathered in secret on a train carriage in a forest near Paris. They had met with the intention of hammering out conditions for the Germans' surrender - and after three days, the Armistice was signed. Here, historians examine the meeting from the perspectives of the three key players - German politician Matthias Erzberger, English naval officer Admiral Rosslyn Wemyss and French commander Marshal Ferdinand Foch - and how events unfolded.