1917, Austria-Hungary, Bapaume, Battle of Arras, Cambrai, France, Frederick Stanley Maude, Germany, Great Britain, Iraq, Jebel Hamrin, Lagnicourt, Ottoman Empire, peace, Queant, Russia, St Quentin, trenches, Turkey, Villeret
German counter-attack astride the Bapaume-Cambrai road before Quéant fails, except at Lagnicourt, where they gain a brief entry into the British trenches. Villeret, north-west of St. Quentin, taken. Turks, retreating before General Maude, reach Jebel Hamrin, whence they started on April 9. Austrian peace move; a statement amounting to an offer of a separate peace with Russia on the basis of old frontiers, made.