1918, Austria-Hungary, Austrian Minister-President, Belgium, Bohemia, Bulgaria, communications, Czechoslovakia, Dobro Pole, Ernst Seidler von Feuchtenegg, Es Salt, Flanders, France, Germany, Great Britain, Hejaz, Hinges, Jordan, Locre, Loker, Ma'an, prisoners of war, railway, Republic of Macedonia, Serbia
British minor success near Hinges, south-west of Locre; 40 prisoners. Serbian troops capture several advanced Bulgarian positions in the Dobropolie. British withdrawal from Es Salt behind the Jordan; 900 prisoners taken, including 43 Germans; Arab forces damage Hedjaz railway north of Maan. Ferment in Austria; the Reichsrath temporarily adjourned; Dr. von Seidler, the Premier, announces Parliamentary government impossible, and contemplates a revision of the Constitution whereby in particular Bohemia is to be divided into national districts.