1918, air raid, Aisne, Asiago, Austria-Hungary, Bethune, Coeuvres-et-Valsery, Fagare, France, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, Mount Grappa, Musile, Paris, Piave, prisoners of war, Second Battle of the Piave River
Great Austrian offensive from the Asiago plateau to the sea; British line on the plateau bent back slightly but restored; east of this on the Grappa front Austrians gain a footing in some front line positions, but are later ejected; east of this again enemy crosses the Piave in the Montello sector and between Fagare and Musile; Italians take 3,000 prisoners, Austrians claim 10,000. British night operation north of Béthune; enemy forward positions on a front of two miles gained with nearly 200 prisoners. South of the Aisne French seize village of Cœuvres-et-Valsery with 130 prisoners. German air raid on Paris.