1918, Albert, Allies, Belgium, Bucquoy, Flanders, France, Frederick Barton Maurice, Germany, Grivesnes, H. H. Asquith, HMS Vindictive, House of Commons, Italy, Kemmel, La Clytte, Montdidier, Monte Carno, Ostend, prisoners of war, Ridge Wood, Royal Navy, Trentino, Voormezeele
German attack between Voormezeele and La Clytte near Ridge Wood defeated; Allied line slightly pressed back north of Kemmel, but restored; fighting at Bucquoy and near Albert; French surprise attack at Grivesnes, north-west of Montdidier; 258 prisoners. Italians storm Monte Corno in the Vallarsa and take 100 prisoners. H.M.S. Vindictive, laden with concrete, sunk in Ostend Harbour between the piers. Mr. Asquith’s motion to refer the charges of inaccuracy made by General Maurice against Ministers defeated by 293 votes to 106.