1918, Aland Islands, Austria-Hungary, Belgium, Bulgaria, Finland, Finnish Civil War, First Lord of the Admiralty, Germany, Great Britain, House of Commons, Ottoman Empire, peace, Pervijze, prisoners of war, Romania, Royal Navy, Russia, Sweden, Turkey, weapons
Belgian counter-attack north of Pervyse takes 100 prisoners and seven machine-guns. German troops landed in the Aaland Islands at request of Finnish Government. Preliminary treaty of peace reported signed between Rumania and the Central Powers. Sir Eric Geddes on the situation at sea; he insists on gravity of recent falling off in shipbuilding.