aeroplanes, air raid, Allies, armistice, Armistice of Focsani, Asiago, Austria-Hungary, Battle of Cambrai, casualties, civilian casualties, England, First Battle of Monte Grappa, First Battle of the Piave, France, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, Kent, La Vacquerie, Lisbon, London, Mount Sisemol, Ottoman Empire, peace, Portugal, prisoners of war, Ramsgate, Romania, Russia, Sheerness, Sidonio Pais, sinking, Turkey, United States Navy, United States of America, USS Jacob Jones, Val Frenzela, Whitstable
Enemy attacks round La Vacquerie. Austrians capture Mt. Sisemol, east of Asiago; attempts to break through in the Val Frenzela frustrated; 15,000 prisoners claimed by enemy to date. Early morning air raid by groups of enemy machines to the number of 25; five or six get over London; seven killed and 22 injured; two raiders brought down. Rumania agrees to an armistice. Rising in Lisbon against Portuguese Government; Provisional Government under Dr. Sidonio Paes reaffirms solidarity with Allies. U.S. destroyer Jacob Jones torpedoed and sunk; 37 survivors.