Armistice Terms Accepted.
1918, Allies, armistice, Armistice of Mudros, Battle of Sharqat, Black Sea, Bosphorus, Dardanelles, fortress, Great Britain, Iraq, Kalat Shergat, Ottoman Army, Ottoman Empire, prisoners of war, surrender, Tigris, Turkey
Surrender of the Turkish Army on the Tigris after a battle near Kalat Shergat lasting six days; 7,000 prisoners. Armistice with Turkey agreed on, terms including free passage for Allied Fleets through Bosporus to Black Sea; occupation of forts in Dardanelles and Bosporus necessary to secure their passage, and immediate repatriation of all Allied prisoners of war.
1918, Aisne, Allies, Battle of Courtrai, Belgium, cavalry, Final Advance in Flanders, Flanders, France, Germany, Grand Pre, Great Britain, Haute Deule Canal, Homs, Hundred Days Offensive, Lille, Menin, Meuse-Argonne Offensive, Olizy, Ottoman Empire, Pursuit to Haritan, Syria, Termes, Thourout, Torhout, Turkey
1918, Allies, Austria-Hungary, Battle of the Hindenburg Line, Bulgaria, Douai, Final Advance in Artois, France, Germany, Great Britain, Haspres, Hundred Days Offensive, Nis, Nish, Pursuit to the Selle, Selle, Sensee, Serbia
1918, Aisne, Allies, Baalbek, Battle of Cambrai, Battle of the Hindenburg Line, British Army, British Empire, Cambrai, Canada, France, Germany, Grand Ham, Great Britain, Hundred Days Offensive, Lancon, Le Cateau, Lebanon, Meuse-Argonne Offensive, Ottoman Empire, Palestine, St Quentin, Turkey
Fall of Cambrai to Canadian troops of the 1st Army; British 3rd and 4th Armies defeat 23 German divisions between Cambrai and St. Quentin; Allied advance to within four miles of Le Cateau; French advance five miles east of St. Quentin. In the valley of the Aisne Grand Ham and Lancon taken. Baalbek entered.
1918, Aisne, Albania, Allies, Austria-Hungary, Autry, Battle of St Quentin Canal, Battle of the Hindenburg Line, Berat, Binarville, Champagne, Conde, Estrees, France, Germany, Great Britain, Henri Gouraud, Hundred Days Offensive, Italy, Levergies, Meuse-Argonne Offensive, prisoners of war, St Quentin, Vaux, Vendhuile, Vesle
Fall of St. Quentin to the French; north of St. Quentin British take Levergies and Estrée [sic] and farther north Vendhuile. French progress between Vesle and Aisne; Gouraud advances on a 14-mile front in Champagne, taking Binarville, Condé, Autry, and Vaux. Over 250,000 prisoners taken by Allies in France since July 15. Italian advance in Albania; Berat taken.