1918, Aisne, Albania, Aoos, Austria-Hungary, Avlona, Berat, Czechoslovak Legion, Czechoslovakia, France, Germany, Great Britain, Imperial German Navy, Ireland, Irkutsk, Italy, Joseph Dowling, prisoners of war, Royal Navy, Russia, Russian Civil War, submarine, Tomorica, trial, Villers-Cotterets, Vlore, Vojusa
French thrust south of the Aisne, east of Villers-Cotterets, on a two-mile front, taking 370 prisoners. Italians win the passage of the Vojusa, north of Avlona, Albania, British monitors co-operating; inland French and Italians, working down the valleys of the Devoli and Tomorica, threaten Berat; over 1,300 prisoners to date. Czecho-Slovaks occupy Irkutsk. Trial of Lance-Corporal Downing, Connaught Rangers, who landed in a collapsible boat from a German submarine on west coast of Ireland.
1918, Adriatic, Albania, assassination, Austria-Hungary, Count Mirbach, France, Germany, Italy, Monte Grappa, Moscow, New Piave, Piave, prisoners of war, Russia, Second Battle of Monte Grappa, Second Battle of the Piave River, Tomorica
Piave delta finally cleared and enemy driven back over the New Piave; since June 15 Italians have taken over 24,000 prisoners; ground gained north of Monte Grappa, with 51 prisoners. French and Italian offensive in Southern Albania between the coast and the Tomorica Valley, taking over 1,000 prisoners. Count Mirbach, German Ambassador at Moscow, murdered.