1918, Austria-Hungary, Austro-Hungarian Army, Battle of Reims, casualties, Commander-in-Chief, Erpernay, execution, Fourth Battle of Champagne, France, Franz Conrad von Hotzendorf, Germany, Great Britain, Imperial German Navy, La Chappelle, Marne, monarchy, prisoners of war, Prunay, Reims, Reine, Royal Navy, Russia, Russian Civil War, Russian Revolution, Second Battle of the Marne, sinking, St Agnan, submarine, Tsar Nicholas II, United States of America
French hold enemy east of Reims, though retiring slightly near Prunay; west of Reims Germans make some ground up the Marne as far as Reine towards Epernay and between the river and Reims; Americans recover ground north of the front St. Agnan-La Chappelle; Germans claim 13,000 prisoners. British sloops torpedoed and sunk; only 12 survivors. Announced Marshal Conrad von Hötzendorf, Commander-in-Chief, Austro-Hungarian Armies, relieved of his command. Ex-Tsar Nicholas II murdered.