Armistice Terms Accepted.
1918, Albania, Austria-Hungary, Battle of Sharqat, Battle of Vittorio Veneto, cavalry, Conegliano, Danube, France, Germany, Great Britain, Guise, Hundred Days Offensive, Iraq, Italian Army, Italy, Kalat Shergat, Meuse-Argonne Offensive, Monte Cosen, Monticano, Oderzo, Ottoman Empire, Piave, prisoners of war, San Giovanni di Medua, Semendria, Serbia, Shengjin, Smederevo, Turkey, Valdobbiadene, Vittorio, Zenson
Three Italian Armies progressing on a front of 30 miles; 10th Army forces passage of the Monticano, north of Oderzo; 12th Army carries Valdobbiadene and Mt. Cosen, three miles to the north; 8th Army captures Conegliano and Vittorio; 3rd Army across the Lower Piave at San Dona di Piave and Zenson; 33,000 prisoners. French reach outskirts of Guise. Serbian cavalry reach the Danube near Semendria. Italians occupy San Giovanni di Medua, Albania. Turks brought to battle five miles north of Kalat Shergat; 1,000 prisoners.
1918, Albania, Alessio, Austria-Hungary, Battle of Vittorio Veneto, British Army, France, Germany, Great Britain, Hirson, Hundred Days Offensive, Italian Army, Italy, Lezhe, Lord Cavan, Meuse-Argonne Offensive, Oise, peace, Piave, retreat, Serre
1918, Aleppo, Artres, Battle of Aleppo, Chateau-Porcien, Englefontaine, Erich Ludendorff, Famars, Final Advance in Picardy, France, French Army, German Army, Germany, Great Britain, Hundred Days Offensive, Meuse-Argonne Offensive, occupation, Ottoman Empire, Peron, Sissonne, Syria, Turkey, Valenciennes