1917, Berlin, Cambrai, Craonne, food, France, Frederick Stanley Maude, Germany, Great Britain, Iraq, Juvincourt, Ottoman Empire, Peronne, prisoners of war, Reims, Samarra, Samarrah Offensive, Second Battle of the Aisne, Soissons, St Quentin, strike, Turkey
Great French Attack on a front from Soissons to Reims, thus increasing the battle front to over 100 miles; first positions taken from Soissons to Craonne and thence to Juvincourt second positions carried; over 10,000 prisoners. British advance beyond Epéhy towards Le Catelet, between Péronne-Cambrai road towards St. Quentin. General Maude announces British within 15 miles of Samarra. Food strikes in Berlin.