28 sept 1918

1918 Influenza in Alabama Timeline Alabama Department of Public Health ADPH.
The Board of Health announced that proper quarantine precautions are being taken in every case. The public warned against using common towels and drinking cups, and care should be exercised in the use of telephones, handkerchiefs, and other means that might transmit secretions of the nose and throat from one person to another. Source: Spanish" Influenza Appears in Montgomery" Birmingham News 28 September 1918.
19 tot 25 september 1918: het Bulgaarse leger stort in elkaar VRT NWS: nieuws. VRT NWS: nieuws. Artikel van Radio 2. VRT NWS: nieuws.
De Britten hadden ook een honderdtal vliegtuigen tegenover 15 Duitse waarmee ze het terrein tot in de details hadden verkend. Britse vliegtuigen vallen een Duits-Turkse vliegtuigbasis aan uit London Illustrated News. Bulgaren en Turken zijn knockout geslagen De Amsterdammer, 28 september 1918.
1918-End of the War. NL in the First World War.
By then, the Allies had launched their Hundred Days Offensive a series of attacks against enemy forces that would ultimately push the Germans from France and bring the war to an end. On September 28, 1918, the Royal Newfoundland Regiment was again in the trenches on the Ypres front, this time attached to the 28th Infantry Brigade of the 9th Scottish Division.
The 1918 Philadelphia parade fact checked - Full Fact.
The post claims that 200,000, attended the parade for the war effort, held on September 28 1918, which seems fair. On 30 September 1918 the Philadelphia Inquirer reported that 200,000, Philadelphians had watched the parade and, while we know that crowd estimation is notoriously difficult, we dont have any particular reason to question this estimate, or any better figures.
WW1 Battles of the Ypres Salient.
On 28 th September 1918 the Allied Army Group of Flanders attacked and broke through the German Front to the north, east and south of the city of Ypres. This Allied Army Group comprised British, French and Belgian divisions and was under the command of King Albert I of Belgium.
HOW THE CENTRAL POWERS WERE DEFEATED, JULY-NOVEMBER 1918. 6 NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2018, pp. 24-27 4 pages. Published By: Wordwell Ltd. jstor org stable/26565964. Read and download. Log in through your school or library. Alternate access options. For independent researchers. Read 100 articles/month free.
1918: Year of victory National Army Museum.
The safety of our homes and the freedom of mankind alike depend upon the conduct of each one of us at this critical moment. Field Marshal Haigs Special Order of the Day, 11 April 1918. View this object. The French and Americans at Cantigny, 28 May 1918.
The History Press Breaking the Hindenburg Line: The capture of St Quentin Canal.
Quentin Canal sector of the Hindenburg Line was regarded to be the most strongly defended section and the audacious operation launched by the 137th Brigade, 46th Division to assault and capture it on 29 September 1918 was considered to be a suicide mission.
Read about the Fifth Battle of Ypres in World War One.
The advance went well, with 9th Division attacking towards Broodseinde Ridge, by 08.00 Westhoek had been captured and the infantry paused to allow the following artillery and stores to catch up. Stiff resistance was met on Anzac Ridge, but under cover of smoke shells the barbed wire defences and numerous pillboxes were isolated and attacked successfully, so that by mid day 26th and 27th Brigades had secured all their primary objectives, from Polygon Wood to Broodseinde Ridge. British supply limbers brought up Moeuvres 28th September 1918.
British First World War Trench Maps, 1915-1918 - National Library of Scotland.
Trenches corrected to 6 May 1917. Trenches corrected to 29 September 1918. Trenches corrected to 15 December 1917 1 January 1918. Trenches corrected to 28 January 1917. Trenches corrected to 22 December 1917 1 January 1918. Trenches corrected to 30 July 1918.
Philadelphia Threw a WWI Parade That Gave Thousands of Onlookers the Flu History Smithsonian Magazine.
When the Fourth Liberty Loan Drive parade stepped off on September 28, some 200,000, people jammed Broad Street, cheering wildly as the line of marchers stretched for two miles. Floats showcased the latest addition to Americas arsenal - floating biplanes built in Philadelphias Navy Yard. Brassy tunes filled the air along a route where spectators were crushed together like sardines in a can. Each time the music stopped, bond salesmen singled out war widows in the crowd, a move designed to evoke sympathy and ensure that Philadelphia met its Liberty Loan quota. But aggressive Liberty Loan hawkers were far from the greatest threat that day. Lurking among the multitudes was an invisible peril known as influenza-and it loves crowds. Philadelphians were exposed en masse to a lethal contagion widely called Spanish Flu, a misnomer created earlier in 1918 when the first published reports of a mysterious epidemic emerged from a wire service in Madrid.

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