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British fighting on a 50-mile front from Loos to west of Cambrai; Bailleul, Willerval, Petit Vimy, Vimy, and Givenchy-en-Gohelle in the Douai plain captured; Angres in the Souchez Valley taken, and south of the Scarpe the Hindenburg line breached; Fayet, outside St. Quentin, carried; total prisoners reach 13,000. French attack on a five-mile front south of St. Quentin.