During August the Allies have captured 150,000 German troops, 2000 artillery guns and 13,000 machine guns.
Australian troops capture Péronne, winning 8 Victoria Crosses in the process.
American soldiers capture Juvigny to the North of Soissons.
Count Burian, Chancellor of Austria, tells the Germans that Austria is about to open peace negotiations.
French troops, under General Mangin, push German troops back over the Aisne river.
Ludendorff begins to withdraw German armies to the Hindenberg line, withdrawing from Flanders and the land taken in the recent offensives.
British soldiers take Delville Wood on the Somme.
German troops withdraw about ten miles along a 55 mile length of the Western Front as Allied pressure mounts. Ludendorff rules out further withdrawals, fearing a German collapse.
Allied soldiers take Mametz Wood on the Somme.
General Wrisberg reports to the Reichstag Budget Committee that the German High Command is confident of victory. The committee laugh at him.