1918, Aisne, American President, Austria-Hungary, Belleau, France, Germany, Italy, Monte Grappa, Moulin-sous-Touvent, Piave, prisoners of war, Second Battle of Monte Grappa, Second Battle of the Piave River, United States of America, Vaux, Woodrow Wilson
Italians capture important points on Monte Grappa and 600 more prisoners; in the delta of the Piave Austrians heavily defeated, Italians taking over 1,900 prisoners. French advance near Moulin-sous-Touvent, north of the Aisne, to 900 yards on a front of nearly two miles, taking 457 prisoners. Americans take 100 more prisoners at Belleau and Vaux. President Wilson announces over 1,000,000 American soldiers sailed for France.