Sorry to carry on the pedantry, but I believe it was first assembled in the Firth of Forth where the German flags were hauled down and not permitted to be re-hoisted. The Hochseeflotte wasn't moved to Scapa until the 25th.
General Paul von Lettow-Vorbeck surrendered his forces at Abercorn (present-day Mbala in Zambia) on 25 November 1918. von Lettow-Vorbeck who had been waging a guerrilla war in east Africa since 1914, was informed of the Armistice on 14 November by Hector Croad, the District Commissioner of Kasama. He was ordered to march to Abercorn to surrender. Accompanying him were thirty German officers, 125 German non-commissioned officers and other enlisted ranks, 1,168 Askaris, and 3,500 porters. The war in east Africa at times tied down 300,000 allied troops.
The first general election in 8 years was held in the UK. Thanks to the 1918 Representation of the People Act the voting age for men was reduced to 21, thus enfranchising 5.2 million new male voters. Women aged 30 were given the vote for the first time adding nearly 8.5 million to the register. Overall the number of voters increased four-fold to over 21 million people.
It was the first general election held on one day in the UK although the votes were not counted for two weeks as so many men were serving overseas.
The first female MP elected was Constance Markievicz although she did not take her seat as she stood for Sinn Féin which convened the first Dáil in Dublin from those of its elected members who were not in Prison.