1918, abdication, American President, Armentieres, armistice, Battle of Blanc Mont Ridge, Battle of the Canal du Nord, Battle of the Hindenburg Line, Bulgaria, Cambrai, Epinoy, Final Advance in Artois, France, German Imperial Chancellor, Germany, Grand Pre, Great Britain, Hundred Days Offensive, King Boris III, King Ferdinand I of Bulgaria, Lens, Meuse-Argonne Offensive, monarchy, peace, Prince Maximilian of Baden, Reims, Scarpe, Somme-Py, United States of America, Varennes, Verdun, Woodrow Wilson
British advance on a 20-mile front east of Armentières and Lens; and between Lens and Cambrai, north of the Scarpe and east of Epinoy. French and Americans advance between Reims and Verdun, French gaining high ground north and north-west of Somme-Py, and Americans advancing two miles on Varennes-Grand-Pré road. Prince Max of Baden appointed German Chancellor; German Note to President Wilson proposing an armistice. King Ferdinand abdicates in favour of his son, Prince Boris.