1918, Aisne, Albania, Allies, Austria-Hungary, Autry, Battle of St Quentin Canal, Battle of the Hindenburg Line, Berat, Binarville, Champagne, Conde, Estrees, France, Germany, Great Britain, Henri Gouraud, Hundred Days Offensive, Italy, Levergies, Meuse-Argonne Offensive, prisoners of war, St Quentin, Vaux, Vendhuile, Vesle
Fall of St. Quentin to the French; north of St. Quentin British take Levergies and Estrée [sic] and farther north Vendhuile. French progress between Vesle and Aisne; Gouraud advances on a 14-mile front in Champagne, taking Binarville, Condé, Autry, and Vaux. Over 250,000 prisoners taken by Allies in France since July 15. Italian advance in Albania; Berat taken.