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1918, Battle of Soissons, Belleau, Buzancy, Charles Mangin, Chateau-Thierry, Crise, Fontenoy, France, Germany, Henri Gouraud, Jean Degoutte, Marne, prisoners of war, Prunay, Second Battle of the Marne, Soissons, St Agnan, United States of America, weapons
Great French Counter-attack on a 27-mile front from Fontenoy to Belleau, west of a line between Soissons and Château-Thierry; French, under General Mangin, reach Mont de Paris, a mile from Soissons and the valley of the Crise on a stretch of five miles east of Buzancy, penetrating to a maximum depth of eight miles; 5,000 prisoners and 30 guns taken; south of this French and Americans, under General Dégoutte, advance from three to five miles; south of the Marne enemy again reach the heights of St. Agnan; General Gouraud retakes Prunay.
1918, air raid, Avre, Belgium, Castel, Cote 82, Don, Donetz, Edmund Allenby, Es Salt, France, Germany, Hailles, Jisr-ed-Damieh, Jordan, Ottoman Empire, prisoners of war, Russia, Second action of Es Salt, Turkey, Zeebrugge
French attack between Hailles and Castel, and seize Hill 82 and a wood skirting the Avre; over 100 prisoners. Heavy bombs dropped on Zeebrugge lock gates. Germans enter Donetz region west of the Don. Turkish attempt on Allenby’s positions at Es Salt; they cross the Jordan at Jisr-ed-Damieh, but are repulsed with loss of 314 prisoners.