1918, Battle of Havrincourt, Battle of St Mihiel, Battle of the Hindenburg Line, Cambrai, Combres, Combres-sous-les-Cotes, Fey-en-Haye, France, General Pershing, Germany, Gouzeaucourt, Great Britain, Havrincourt, HMS Galway Castle, Holnon Wood, Hundred Days Offensive, Imperial German Navy, Moeuvres, Montsec, Nousard, Pannes, prisoners of war, Royal Navy, Savy, SM U-82, St Mihiel, St Quentin, submarine, Thiaucourt, Trescault, United States Army, United States of America, Xivray
General Pershing Attacks with 1st American Army the St. Mihiel salient; on the south, on a 12-mile front between Xivray and Fey-en-Haye, he advances five miles in places, capturing Thiaucourt, Pannes, Nousard, and Mt. Sec; on the west of the salient Combres carried; 8,000 prisoners. British success on the Cambrai front; Trescault, Gouzeaucourt Wood, Havrincourt, and Mœuvres taken with 1,500 prisoners; west of St. Quentin British gain Holnon Wood and the French Savy. Galway Castle torpedoed.