1918, Allies, Austria-Hungary, Croatia, Dorpat, England, Estonia, Germany, Great Britain, Imperial German Navy, Indian Ocean, Japan, London, Motono Ichiro, Operation Faustschlag, Ottoman Empire, Pacific, peace, Pola, Royal Navy, Russia, sinking, SMS Wolf, Tartu, Treaty of Brest-Litovsk, Trebizond, Turkey, Ukraine, Vladimir Lenin, Zhitomir
Germans take Dorpat with 3,000 prisoners, and in the Ukraine, reach Zhitomir; Lenin and the Bolshevists accept the German terms. Turks recapture Trebizond. German raider Wolf announced returned to Pola after a voyage of 15 months; Admiralty issues list of 11 vessels presumably sunk by the Wolf in Indian and Pacific Oceans. Viscount Motono‘s statement that if Russia concludes a separate peace “Japan will take steps of the most decided and most adequate character to meet the occasion.” Inter-Allied Labour Conference at Westminster publishes memorandum on war aims.