1918, air raid, Allies, Austria-Hungary, British Empire, British Prime Minister, Canada, Chambley, Col Caprile, Conflans, France, Germany, Great Britain, H. H. Asquith, Hargicourt, House of Commons, Italy, Lens, Lloyd George, Metz, Nancy, Offenburg, Supreme War Council, Thionville, Versailles
Raids by Canadians near Hargicourt and Lens. Austrian attack in the Col Caprile area defeated. British air raid on Offenburg; French air raids on Thionville, Conflans, Chambley, and Metz-Sablons; Germans bomb Nancy. Mr. Asquith‘s questions on enlargement of powers of Versailles Council: Mr. Lloyd George refuses specific information in interest of Alliance and of national security; he indicates complete change in situation owing to enormous German reinforcements, and states that decisions come to by the Conference were unanimous.