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First Battle of Artois continues. 7th - Evacuation of Antwerp begun. 8th - General Foch appointed to command Allied forces (less Belgians) defending the Flanders coast (see May 15th, 1917). 9th - Merville, Estaires, Armentieres, and Hazebrouck taken by German forces (see 10th, 11th and 17th). 9th (date approximate) - Menin occupied by German forces (see October 15th, 1918). 9th - Last forts of Antwerp taken by German forces (see 10th, and September 27th). 10th - Antwerp capitulates to German forces (see 9th, and September 27th, 1914, and November 19th, 1918). 11th - Merville retaken by British forces (see 9th, and April 11th, 1918). 9th - First German offensive against Warsaw.

Pages: 279

Publisher: Springer; 2006 edition (February 27, 2007)

ISBN: 1402054890

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