28 september 1918

The Accrington Pals Ploegsteert Wood, 28th September 1918.
A fresh series of Allied offensives opened on 26th September 1918 when more than 700 tanks supported by infantry of the French 4th Army and US 1st Army struck on the Meuse-Argonne front. On the 27th, the Hindenburg Line near Cambrai was breached by the British 1st and 3rd Armies. Then at 5.30am on the 28th, the Belgian Army and British 2nd Army attacked at Ypres.
Ceremony of remembrance Carabiniers-Grenadiers: 28/09/2022 - Memorial Museum Passchendaele 1917 - english.
The great allied offensive that started on 28 September 1918, ended the first World War. On that day the Belgians, under the command of King Albert I, together with British and French troops, attacked the Germans on the Ypres Salient.
Ypres Salient Battles 1918.
On 28 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.
The Final Advance - Phase Two - The Royal Hampshire Regiment Museum.
These exertions earned the Hampshires nearly three weeks well-earned rest. 2nd and 15th Hampshire at Ypres, 28th September - 2nd October 1918. The extension of the Allied attacks to Flanders brought the 2nd and 15th Hampshire into the fighting. The 2nd Battalion joined the attack by 29th Division on 28 September from Ypres astride the Menin Road ridge.
BBC Radio 4 - Home Front, 28 September 1918 - Victor Lumley.
BBC Radio 4. 28 September 1918 - Victor Lumley. On this day in 1918, defeat at Vardar left Bulgaria seeking peace with the Allies, whilst at St Jude's' Church, Kitty and Victor attend a christening which is anything but harmonious.
Saturday, 28th September 1918 - Walk March.
Image: Prisoners captured in the Battle of the Canal du Nord in a 'cage' near Bapaume, 28th September 1918. IWM Q 9343. Author walkmarch Posted on September 28, 2018 September 28, 2018 Post navigation. Previous Previous post: Friday, 27th September 1918.
Commonwealth cemeteries - Municipality of Langemark-Poelkapelle.
The cemetery was established after the fighting of 8 October 1917 and remained in use by artillery units until the end of November 1917. Of the 82 dead, 30 belong to the Foot Guards and 28 to the Royal Artillery. St-Julien Dressing Station Cemetery - Peperstraat - St. Julian 428 casualties. This cemetery is located 3 km southeast of the Grand Place of Langemark-Poelkapelle and was designed by Reginald Blomfield. It has a heptagonal ground plan with a surface area of 2,173, m. It commemorates 428 casualties, 180 are unidentified. Saint Julian was at the front of the Ypres arch during the war. From autumn 1914 to April 1915 it was in British hands but shortly after the German gas attacks it fell into German hands at the Second Battle of Ypres. At the beginning of August 1917 the village was recaptured at the Third Battle of Ypres. At the end of April 1918 it fell back into German hands during the German Spring Offensive until it was finally recaptured by Belgian troops on the 28th of September.
First World War.com - On This Day - 28 September 1918.
About this Site. On This Day - 28 September 1918. Theatre definitions: Western Front comprises the Franco-German-Belgian front and any military action in Great Britain, Switzerland, Scandinavia and Holland. Eastern Front comprises the German-Russian, Austro-Russian and Austro-Romanian fronts. Southern Front comprises the Austro-Italian and Balkan including Bulgaro-Romanian fronts, and Dardanelles.
Battles of theWestern Front in France and Flanders - The Long, Long Trail.
Operations: the final advance in Flanders, 28 September - 11 November 1918. 28 September - 2 October, the Battles of Ypres 1918 and 14-19 October, the Battle of Cambrai More. The British Second Army and Belgian Army combine and finally break out of the Ypres salient.
September 1918 The Diary of Arthur L. Linfoot.
28 September 1918; Saturday. 28 September 18 September 1918 Essars, Joe, Letters, Mother Arthur Linfoot. Up at 7 oclock. Rain in the morning. Heard that we are to be relieved on the 4th October. On duty all day but not much to do.
Brooke Hindle, 28 September 1918 3 June 2001 on JSTOR.
Brooke Hindle, 28 September 1918 3 June 2001. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society. 3 Sep, 2003, pp. 281-285 5 pages. Published By: American Philosophical Society. jstor org stable/1558216. Read and download. Log in through your school or library. Alternate access options.

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