1918, air raid, Austria, Austria-Hungary, Battle of Matz, Belloy, Chateau-Thierry, communications, Dommary Baroncourt, France, Germany, Italy, Metz, prisoners of war, railway, Tirol, United States of America, Villers-Cotterets, weapons
On the Villers-Cotterets front Germans, after making about two miles progress, are brought to a standstill; enemy claim 15,000 prisoners and 150 guns. Americans north-west of Château-Thierry complete the capture of Belloy Wood. American airmen make their first single-handed bombing raid, bombing station of Dommary Baroncourt, north-west of Metz. Austrian attack at the Tonale Pass, leading from Tirol into Italy, defeated.