1918, Aleppo, Avre, Battle of Grivesnes, Battle of Moreuil Wood, France, Germany, Great Britain, Grivesnes, Hangard, Hebuterne, Iraq, Khan Baghdadi, Luce, Montdidier, Moreuil, Operation Michael, Ottoman Empire, prisoners of war, Syria, Turkey, United States of America, William Marshall
British take 70 prisoners near Hébuterne and 50 between the Avre and the Luce. French and British successes near Moreuil and Hangard; French retain Grivesnes, five miles north-west of Montdidier. Announced American battalions to be brigaded with French and British units so long as necessity exists. General Marshall announced advanced 134 miles from Khan Baghdadie, and now 250 miles from Aleppo.