The War

June 1918
America;6/15/1918, Vol. 19 Issue 10, p225
The article focuses on the events that took place during the World War I between the French and American Armed Forces against the advancing German soldiers in June 1918 across German-occupied sites in France. It states that the German offensive was brought to a halt, but was later resumed in June 9, as the Germans forced their way on a 21 mile front between Noyon and Montdider. It cites that after the counter-attack made by French soldiers, they reclaimed Faverolles and regained Mount Choisy.


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