There is a mention of the Allied Victory Celebration. If memory serves, which it mostly doesn't these days, I think the date of 11 Nov. was settled several days before the actual date, so people knew when the Armistice was coming.
I recall, when I was transcribing HMS Grafton, that there was also just a bare mention of the end of the war. Similarly for accounts from soldiers at the end of WW 2. The civilians celebrated like crazy, but troops in the field acted as if, "Fine. It's over. Let's get a beer and have a rest."