1918, Battle of Megiddo, Battle of the Canal du Nord, Battle of the Hindenburg Line, Beaucamp, British Empire, Bulgaria, Cambrai, Canada, Champagne, communications, Flesquieres, France, Germany, Graincourt, Great Britain, Hindenburg Line, Hundred Days Offensive, Krushevo, Marcoing, Meuse-Argonne Offensive, Ottoman Empire, prisoners of war, railway, Republic of Macedonia, Serbia, Somme-Py, Syria, Third Transjordan Attack, Turkey, United States of America, Vardar Offensive
British Attack in Front of Cambrai, breaking Hindenburg line; Beaucamp, Flesquières, Marcoing, and Graincourt taken; Canadians carry Bourlon and Bourlon Wood; 5,000 to 6,000 prisoners. French-American progress on Champagne front; French cross railway east of Somme-Py, advancing in some places 6½ miles and taking 10,000 prisoners; Americans advance further, with 8,000 prisoners to date. On Balkan front French take Krushevo. Arabs enter Deraa.