1918, Afula, Afuleh, Battle of Dobro Pole, Battle of Epehy, Battle of Megiddo, Battle of Nablus, Battle of Sharon, Battle of the Hindenburg Line, Battle of Tulkarm, Beisan, Beit She'an, Bulgaria, cavalry, communications, Crna, Edmund Allenby, France, Gauche Wood, Germany, Great Britain, Hundred Days Offensive, Mediterranean, Moeuvres, Nablus, Ottoman Empire, Palestine, prisoners of war, Rafat, railway, Serbia, Shechem, Tcherna, Tul Keram, Tulkarm, Turkey, Vardar, Vardar Offensive
Great British attack in Palestine; General Allenby strikes on a 16-mile front between Rafat and the sea; his infantry advances 12 miles to the railway junction at Tul Keram, while cavalry advance east on Shechem and north-east on El Aluleh and Beisan; 8,000 prisoners. Further Serbian advance to within eight miles of the Vardar and along the Tcherna on the left. British gain ground north of Gauche Wood; over 10,000 prisoners to date. Mœuvres retaken.