1918, Allies, Archangel, Arcy, Battle of Soissons, casualties, Coulanges, Crise, France, Germany, Great Britain, Gueux, Japan, mines, Royal Navy, Russia, Russian Civil War, Second Battle of the Marne, Siberia, sinking, Thillois, United States of America, Vladivostok
Fall of Soissons following rapid enemy retreat; Allies hold the line of the Crise; farther south they take Arcy and Coulanges, and east of that again Gueux and Thillois; an advance in places of over six miles and over 50 villages delivered. Japanese Government, acting in concert with American Government, decide to land troops at Vladivostok. Allied forces, naval and military, land at Archangel. Two British torpedo-boards sunk by mines; five officers and 92 men lost.