1918, Austria-Hungary, Battle of Courtrai, Belgium, British Army, Bruges, Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, Danube, Denain, Final Advance of Flanders, France, Germany, Great Britain, Hunding line, Hundred Days Offensive, Meuse-Argonne Offensive, Oise, peace, Serre, United States of America, Vidin, Woodrow Wilson, Yugoslavia, Zeebrugge
Belgians occupy Zeebrugge and Bruges; British 1st Army captures Denain. French attack in the German salient between the Oise and the Serre penetrating the Hunding line on a front of three miles. French reach neighbourhood of Vidin, on the Danube. President Wilson’s reply to Austrian Note; mere autonomy for Czechs and Yugo-Slavs will not suffice.