1917, 1918, air raid, Allies, Armentieres, British Prime Minister, Cambrai, food, Foreign Minister, France, French Prime Minister, Germany, Great Britain, Mannheim, merchant shipping, Netherlands, peace, Portugal, Reims, Russia, Treaty of Brest-Litovsk, Triple Entente, United States of America
British and Portuguese raids on Armentières and Cambrai fronts. French raid near Reims. British air raid on Mannheim; 38 raids into Germany since October and 448 tons of explosives dropped. Prime Ministers and Foreign Ministers of the Entente issue a note on German crimes against the Russian people; they refuse to recognize the Russo-German peace treaty. Holland accepts with certain reservations Allied terms for use of Dutch shipping in American and Entente ports in exchange for food.