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THE SUN, .SUNDAY, AUQUST 11, 1918.
the Somme, which wero due to the unity' of command. Those two (treat victor Jes liavo resulted In the capture of be-, tween 50,WU ana uu.uuu pneonerg aim betwoen 8.00 And 960 nuns. Th victory was duo to the brllll.int quality of our troops assisted by the Frencl- and t am now glad to ay also by American troops." Thu far In the new offensive the Allies have counted 31,000 prlroners, tho British reporting more than 24,000 and the French ff.600. It Is asserted that, however, this Is not the full bag. The Drltlah night report' osftru that tho number of prisoners has Increased be yond the 24,000 mark given In the morn Ing report. The task 'Of Counting the prisoners and of caging them hits not been completed, the cages at the front being full with the big Influx of the Inst few days. The latest figures put the number of guns Captured at COO. The opinion was freely expressed by Ixndon military cMtlcn to-day that the Germans could not hope to make any sort of a stand until they reached tho ranal that runs from Nesle to Noyon. This would mean a retreat of twenty miles and would put the German on practically the lines from Which they started wheh they launched their offen sive In Maroh, the offensive that was go ring to "capture I'arle and end the war." In the centre Of the Plcardy battle field tho Germans are In full retreat, nnd It IS here that the retreat la ..rapidly taking oh the'aapect of a rout, 'due to the ceaseless activity or nutea innits, armored cars and Airplanes. Tile latter particularly are doing valiant wort:. Tho airmen, In fact, are accomplishing better results than at any previous pc rlod of the war. On the roads that nro' being used by the" fleeing Germing they nro ceosely dropping bombs, piling- up traffic and making It all but impossible for the Germans to proceed. The filer report that tho German back aefa are a wel tor of confusion and that tho progress rearward Is' painfully slow. Svery where the Germans Are blowing up and burn ing ammunition dumps ahd great piles of supplies. Prisoners 'brought In are Invariably In a famished condition,- In dicating A lack oCHottCfoe-a 'MUl ttm to eat IL - - As the allied advance proceeds It bo comes more and "more apparent . that Crown Prince rtupnroohl stripped his forces to an extent trruch more than was estimated when he sent aid to the floundering German Crawn Prince In the Bolssons-Hhelms salient. -The Allies have found a surprisingly JargV number of etremely old and very-young' m'n 1"" posed to them, indicating that the 'Hi-: vArlan heir sent his bestMnen to the aid of his Imperial cousfiu ., T So far there have bteB"ho"lndicUoiv of a flow of reserves to the- threatened German lines, and the ,cbAittt6rl'"U X$- ginning to take form In the winds of ' allied commanders tttat Mid GCfmrfh -Generals have no reserves to send. -The 'fact that they are' being pounded on three fronts at the same 'time' Is -still another obstacle agatnet-a transfer 'of strength from one front to a.netner."They, .fully realise that the least letup At any one of the imperilled, positions HM11 mean the "break through" 'for which both sides have been' striving practically since the outbreak of the war. Rapid netreat Indicated. Th . Associated Press correspondent with the nrltlsh army In France In de scribing the withdrawal of the German, tays: "North of the Somme and also south of it the Germans are showing eveij sign of a rapid retreat. Most of the shells that came over from their bat teries to-day were of small calibre and fired at extremely long range, showln that the enemy probably was removlnic his heavier pieces for a further retire ment. The allied forces, who every where to-day advanced their lines, moved their artillery along with them. 'There was further cheer In the re port that reached here latn to-day re vealing that the French had started an other movement that resulted In the taking of Montdldler. In that reglo An, the Germans mado preparattdail oi sejie withdrawal that military observers confidently had expected. "The enemy Continues to destroy his Mores of munitions In various localtle along the battle front, as Is the practice of a beaten army. "Further successes east of Montdldler would Iron out the whole sector north to Llhon and result In the freeing of a great territory from the Germans and wresting from them much of the gains that resulted from the enemy's spring offensive. In addition a forward move ment would take from the Invaders tho bountiful crops that they have been Cul tivating Inside their lines and which now are ready to harvest. "Many more prisoners have been taken during the operations of the last twenty-four hours, among them trooiv? from at least four new divisions that were hurled in north of the Homme,. Apparently, the enemy has rushed In new troops from wherever they could be obtained, for among the prisoner? Are some from reserve battalions c divisions located far to the north. Thl would Indicate that considerable con fusion prevails among Crown Prince Hupprecht's forces as a result of the unexpected allied assault and their con tinued succem." Where Allies Are Forcing Germans Into a Precipitate Retreat. GERMANS IN JAWS OF VISE AT MONTDIDIER Not Surprised, but Defeated Badly Jutt the Same By tht Aitociattd Prctt. Wrrn tub French Abmt in Francs, Aug. 10. The Germans at Montdldler were caught between the jawnof a viae. Converging attacks from the north yes terday and from the south this morning had succeeded In virtually encircling the town. Tho attacks also had ren dered useless to the dermah the Mont-didler-ChaUlnes Hallway, which was the only line feeding the front at the bot tom of the Montdldler pocket. The attack launched by the French routh of Montdldler this morning was nn exact reproduction ot the military manoeuvre Which brought about the re capture of Chateau Thierry on July 21. Gen. Dcbeney struck the Germans from Ayenoourt southeastward!' toward the Olie and succeeded In carrying .our front to a point three kilometers east of Mont dldler. At that time the French front extended from Faverolles to Assaln vlllers. Montdldler thus was surrounded on .three sides, tho west, south and east. The booty taken during the last two days Mas been no large that It has not been possible to make an Inventory of It as yet. It Includes an enormous num bcr of shells of all calibres and arms ot all descriptions. The JFtWh have captured twthtywme cannon since last nlglit, including six a men guns, at L.a jieuv lle-sur-Ilessons The Germans had moved the most their heavy guns to the rear and de fended their poltlor at Montdldler lrir.fnl1i ... 1 1 V. MautMA ' In this new battle of the Romme the French are showing that after four years, of war they have 'loat ndne of their dash and courage. They' have riso proved xnai me nermann are not siways ame io pieau surprise as nn excuse for defeat. The French sue ccmcs north of Montdldler were partly due to surprise, but the (lermah wero aware of the impending attack south or the town. They wero defeated Just the tame. The French attacked this mnriilnu in the sector east of Montdldler, between Courcelleu-Kpayelles and the Matz. There was no artillery preparation be fore the attack, - The. Germans. Ai-ere r7n tfce"n.lfrt, but o s ip ap 25 , ' zEEjywg SCALE of MILES -p 'KK v-.'J "t - '"'ft ' tVV - M Y 't " "X ' '2i" 'Vh''"' aJZS?) " ' ' A t-l-.-r-.r vV4 - jflr, " '."I.TT ' Vr' 6 . Ml'., W'tfri ,&W,V,,I hls tactical Ingenuity v , v . V Mth, "OiffJ MWVM.t ' a , strtW haH fallen into o ir ' '"r.-'0 WWftMTnintfcBr'f'M VjU'te' ',4 The holder and more o B ' v,C t , I , a? .iiomiwiu'.i'. ' 4 'jrJS,rf;, ,,'''.isaht Kngllh, French and Ame .."V r " T&KUDesauirx i vuiwnM;7vsra houm gu . n easy SMSSMSSSSSkSBBBSSSBtSSSSMBBSBBHSMBBMSJBBSJSBJ RAINBOWS GAIN 10 MILES IN BIO DRIVE Continued rom First Pnpe. the Vesle IttverGen. March explained this by saying (nt the allied and AMefleart troops have not attempted to go Op the elopes On the north bank of the river After the enemy, nut have confined their operation to nibbling. Of course, Mar shal Foch's blow at the othef part of the line called simply for holding the present position along tho Vesle. By following the contour of the gen eral line on. the map It may now be seen that the wedge driven Into the Gorman line between Amlenn hnd Montdldler with' Its Apex almnd at Chaulnes makes Ihe contour of that line from Chaulnes to SotAAons stand nut like a salient sim ilar to the MArne salient which the Allies and Americans m erfectU'clj re fluMd. The Marufe salient began to crumble when the allied and American fortes gained control of the railroad tunnlht from Sole?ons routh and nupplylng tho German trodps along tho Marne. Irt the present drive the Franco-British mrees are cdmlng very close to the Important rallroAd running from Chaulnes south ward and supplying the German troops near" Montdldler. By gaining possession of this Important line of enemy com munication the Allies may force a With drawal from the Montdldler area, Just as they forced the Germans back from the Marne. At the meeting of the Senate Military Committee with the War Council to-day Gen. Mhrch said that port conditions on the French Atlantic coast were rtiate r tally Improved add that there were slgni of still further Improvement 111 Im mediate prospect. It has been the con dition of congestion at these ports' which has In large measure delayed the return of transports nnd supply ships. With the Increased facilities, Gen. March told the Henators, there would be a tapld deererlffs fn the duration Of round trips between the AmericAn military porta and tile French coast. Dockage facilities constructed in France have been largely the creation of Amer ican designers and englneets, and in in stances there has actually occurred the building df omjrely new ports by Amer ican engineers. SEES FOE'S PLAN FOR DRIVE ENDED Ooillfnuert from Flrtt rajje. MARSHAL FOCH, calling unon the British and i pressing ahead to the east of Montdldier ind patrols French forcei under his command, continued his ! already are in Chaulnes, the railroad junction through r.vtcp against the German lines yesterday. By ad vancing onjdontdldler from the north and southeast the French forced the evacuatlpn of the city by the Germans and captured it, with large numbers of pris oners and quantities of booty. The French .also are horse. We have hot yet nearly got to the end of the adaptation of machlney to modern wftr and One foresees a future i In which every heavy Infantryman will have his small, light tank and In which swarms of airmen will take the place of cavalry ahd light Infantry, and the rest, of the army, apart from the artil lery, will consist of skilled labor bat talionr. Some excellent work again seems to have been done In rlearlng woods, and the elaborate flanking tactics which drove the enemy out of Dodo Wood the first day contrast most favorably with the old tactics of forest fighting in the battle of the Somme. One has not as yet heard anything In the present battle of the "leapfrog" tattles used by the Germans In their early offensive this year, but one sus pects that they were not really as effec tual as wet believed One suspects that' one cause of the bretkdbwn of th Ger man advance then was the confusion caused by the excessive elaboration of I these inanrruvnt. The Germans give I close study to tactical problems and Gen. I.udendorff will be remembered for , long After his bllqulty. rlglnal thinking rlcan minds ead Over the enemy If only our nroblemf are system atically nnd providently tackled. It Is the successful Innovator who wins wars, and, what Is more, wins them At the least cost, A word may be added here on a fea ture of Lloyd George's speech which hAs not received due recognition, namelj', his obvious desire to give prominence, even preference, to the work of the navy. Na tions, like individuals, tend to value most the work which copta the least ef fort. The vsry fact that We. who are not traditionally a great military na tion, have made such enormous sacri fices In order to become one distorts real value. Our power In the world must. In the long run. depend most of all upon our ravy, nnd thlt. In its turn, on the pos OFFICIAL REPORTS OF THE BATTLES LONDON, Aug. to. The official statements of to'-day 6ti tht fighting in Praoct follow: BRITISH (NIGHT) The attack launched yesterday, evening, in accordance with the allied plan of operations, on our right by the French FirstArmy, south of Montdldler, was developed by our Allies this morning with complete success. Enveloped from the north and from the southeast, Montdldler foil into the hands of tho. French before midday, together with many prisoners and great quantities of mntorial. ' - During the remainder ot the day tho advance of the French First Army continued with the cooperation bt the French Atmy on Ita right and the right wing Of tho British Fourth Army,. Pressing hard Upon the retreating German troops south of Llhons, the British troops have overcome the enemy's resistance and mado substantial progress. The general line reached by the allied troops how runs virtually north and south from Llhons to Fresnoy-les-Roye, Llgnlerdi and Cortchy-les-Pots. The number of prisoners was increased. " BRITISH (DAY) Yesterday afternoon and evening the advance of the allied armies continued on the whole front from south of Mont ilidlef to the Aricre. Ftieh troops, attacking south of Montdldler during the after noon, captured Lfc Tronquoy, Le Frotoy and Assalnvlllers, threatening Montdldler from the southeast. More than fc.OOO prisoners were cap tured by our Allies In this sector. Canadlaii and Australian divisions have -taken Bo.uchoir, Mehori court and Llhons and have entered Ralnoceurt and Proyart. In the evening English and American troops attacked in the angle between tho Somme and the Anere and met with Immediate success. By nightfall all the objectives had been taken, Including the village of MorlancOUrt and the high gtound southeast Of it. Counter attacks launched by the enemy In this sector were beaten off lfter shatp fightlhg. The prisoners captured by the Allies since the morning Of August 8 exceed 24,000, FRENCH (NIGHT) On the Avre battle front our. attacks con tinued all day with Increasing success. After the morning's Operations Montdldler, outflanked on the east and the north, fell into our hands. Continuing our victorious advance on the right Of the British forces, wo carried our linos nearly seyen miles to the east of Montdldler on a iront running from Andechy to Labolssfere and Fescflmpa. Still enlarging our action southeast, we have attacked German positions on the right and left of the road from' St. Just-en-Chausaeo to Roye on a front of more than thirteen miles. We conquered Rollot, Orvlllcrs-Sorel, Ressons-sur-Mats, Conchy-les-Pota, La Neuville-sur-RssonS and Elincourt, reallilng at some pOintB an advance of nearly seven miles. In three days Of battle French troops have progressed nearly fourteen miles along the Amlens-Royo road. The number of prisoners taken during the same period exceeds 8,000. Among the enormous material abandoned by the enemy we have counted "up to the present time 200 guns. FRENCH (DAY)- Tho French troops operating on tho right of the British forces continued their success throughout last evening and last night. Our troops progressed east of Arvillers and captured Davenescourt. They attacked south of Montdidier, between Ayencourt and Le Fretoy and occupied Rubescourt and Assanivillers and reached Faverolles. GERMAN (NIGHT) In the centre of the battle front the enemy has gained ground beyond Rosieros and Hangest. Our counter attacks brought him to a standstill west of Lihons and east of the Rosieres ArvlllerB line. During the night we withdrew Our troops fighting on the Avre and on Dom Brook to the rear lines east of Montdldler. Southeast of Montdldler we repulsed strong partial attacks of the French. We shot down thirty-two airplanes over the battlefield. There has been lively activity on the part of the enemy between the Yser and the Ancre. At many points on this front the enemy launched thrusts and partial attacks, which were repulsed before our lines in hand to hand fighting. Yesterday the British and French, bringing strong reserves into action, conitnued their attacks on the whole battle front between the Ancre .and the Avre, On both sides of the Somme and astride the FoucftUCoeirt-Vlllers-Bretonneux rood we threw the enemy back by couhter attacks. He suffered heavy losses here. uViirli tli rtirmAni must nunc if thnv ari tn ita th. railroad in the flight. This appears doubtful since the , '""i0? ' "J.",1" !T,ar'nvc:, J,hr,e line now le under the artillery fire of the : Allies In ire.T.rune.Vwl Cfst! me nuriu 111 uic i-injiutiB svvuuu, uiuug uic uy val ley, there appeared to be a slackening of the fighting, but the British are prepared to resume the drive here. therefore, beware of anything; which might Induce us to belittle the place our navy holds In our policy. ALLIES KEEP ENEMY ENGAGED IN ITALY , French and British Raid and Take Prisoners. Paws, Aug", 10. Apparently the Allies are determined to keep the Oerman forces engaged on all the war fronts simultaneously and at no period to Hive them an opportunity to shift troops, A favorite device of th AUStrO-Oerman army commands in the past. Coinci dent with the sm&Shlnlt offensive on the western front com the news to-day of new ftotlvltles In Italy, French troops penetrating- the Austrian defences and capturing 250 prisoners. The Vienna of ficial statement to-day admits there has been fighting on the Italian front, but asserts that attacks of the Allies wer repulsed. The olliclal statements follow: ITAMAJf- In the Otudlearla Valley and at AslAffo the BritLsh and French have carried out ralfls. On Thursday ih the nltidlcaMa region our prtle forced the Chlese Itlver. In Daone Valley we surprised a party of the en emy on the southern elope Of Dosso del Mortl and took twenty-one prison ers. This morning French troops pene trated deeply into ths enemy's strong points on MOnt Stsemol, destroying part of th garrison and forcing tho remainder to surrender. Two hundred and fifty prisoner and eight machine guns weretaken. From oilr positions on Mdnte dl Valbella. Col del Hoso and (Oi dl Chele We succeeded at V. 4 ATTACKS FAIL TO' DISLODGE YANKEES Gonnans Use ftombs, (ins and Mnchlno (tuns Without Avail on the Yoslp. FRENCH AID IN HKUUSKS GIuhh Hull Shrapnel, New De vice of Focj Inflicts lVon- liar WountlK. By tilt Attoclated Vim Wmi fit AMMtcAN AnMr on tin ' Vibl FnOMT, Aug. 10. In attempt!:. to dlstflt)ge .the French nnd Am.rlcir,i from positions north of the Vesle nirf orl both .sides ot Fismes the Ucrmtni launched repeated counter attadu Which began Just before dark lldjy night arid cohllnued until taturdir . morning. Ther Was desperate fighting In tht re gion of Flsmette, where the (letmatt it. tacks wer repulsed by tho American who wer clinging to the outskirts ot village. In th region Of UatOches the (J,:. mans made several vlcloui attacks, but the Allies aucoeusfully fought them on The dermnna began with airplane a! tacks, the aviator attempting to bmnt Infantrymen north of the Vcnte. id bridges oter which other troopi wen paesIHg. French and American sttt:. aircraft gVhs beat off the German fUn. however. Just after dark the Germans launchij an artillery attack, which steadily ,n. creased In volume until heorly d)llH When thd Franco-Americans counter at tacked with such force that the Herman wero foroed to lessen the volume of their fire. Durlns ths nlgl't the Oerman at tacked Flsmott three tlmes-'and ont after daylight Haturday. Front tho region southeast of nraWr.i to Fismes, ths Franco-American, jijt down such a terrific barrage that tit Germans were Mopped, Saturday morn ing tho Teutons started another uttit'i along the same line, but heavy ttrtnierv nutckly checked this assault. The enercr used much ga tn attempting tu dialndrt the Americans from Flsmette. Infan trymen plentifully supplied with m.uh.n, Buns also made futile attacks. The AnUrlcins discovered Statural) that the Germane in counter sltackir.j Friday night and Haturdoy mornlri used "glans ball" shrapnel cantalt.lr-; stones of marble chape, some M litem i half Inch In diameter ahd others three fifths of an lr-ch. American officers sail that this was their first acquatmaici with ehrapnel of this nature. A peculiar wound Inflicted on at American soldier led to the dleen,er that the Hermans Wero uinr ila-t missiles. The. French and the Amerlram made a search of the district along tt Vesle and found one unexploded ehel' and it has been turned over to-the orS hance experts for examination BRITAIN MAKES DEMAND. Calls nit nolshevlk nesrlmr to Re- irn,p norHiin ri. tpttfil C&M 7)e-nle frt TnR SVN from til .os-fatt HiHej, (nptrlaht. ltlt; nl riohlt rtntrvtt WrfisN. Aug. 10. Great Biltain U formally demanded of the Inine-Trcti-ky rtbvernment that ConsuMlenenl Lockhort, who was arrested yeslerdir in reprisal for th alleged shoot in? o' inembsrH of the Archangel Soviet, h iir mediately released, It I now reported that member" pf the Itrltlh and French consular staff' now In Moscow have been nrreeted T" presumably Is the Bolshevist re(. to the allied action which prevente.1 the I German from capturing the nnrt en j ports. i I.ockhart was considered lie e ,w' ' year to be In sympathy with Inn i-ma ' administration. LonpoN, Aug. 10. in repi'lsn: arrest at Moscow of Hobert H H li hart. Hrltlsh Consul-Genera I. ami rinus points In passing the enemy ttn 1 tlrltish offlrlal bv the Holnlmlk 1 ana inniciing heavy losses, we took I.ltvlnofT, the Holshevlk einiFsn fifty-nine prisoners. Our losses were llSht. AlfBTItlAX Ifetweern Cunnv and Aelago Entente Allied troops, advanc ing In denae waves, wero thrown bank everywhere with heavy losses. Enemy attempts to extend the position held on Monte AfOlotie broke down. London, has been placed under ro,,c supervision, the Daily Mall elates frimunrnn Ktler Dies In Tranef I'At', France, Aug. 10 --('apt 'i'i? llolso, an Aviator from I'muiia ' killed when his airplane crashed . gtound to-day. were completely overwhelmed by the suddenness of the attack, lly 8 o'clock tank's wero in Itessons-sur-Mata ahd by 11 o'clock the French had taken Morte mer, Ouvllly nnd MarquccHs. At some points the advance was hearly five miles. Tho dash of the French troops was splendid. Their first objective was so quickly taken that the hour of attack on the seeohd objective had to be advanced. Wounded men coming back from the front 'are radiant with enthusiasm, shouting to their comrades, "The Iiocho la on the run I" NO RALLY FROM J8C SMASH IN PICARDY Eleven Foe Divisions Badly Smashed. Are Dy tht Attnctattil Pre: Ionpon, Aug 10, The advance of the allied armies on th IMcordy battle front continued to-day, according to the latest despatches reaching London this after noon, Nowhere, It appears, have tho Germans yet been able to orgnnlea for any severe counter stroke. The allied casualties, Including nil the killed, wounded and missing, are fewer than 8,000, or not rnoro than one-fourth of the number of prisoners counted. On the other hand, the Oerman casualties have been tremendously heavy Eleven German divisions not only I have been defeated In the ftihtlng of I tho lad three days, but so utterly 1 crushed that the German high command , hns been unable to make any counter stroke nnywhero. These divisions,, which the Allies have torn to pieces, aro nl- , ready In such condition that they can be of little use to the acrman command for a long time to come, sud probbaly 1 some of them can never bo reformed. The two, now divisions which appeared on the front were rushed down tho two principal arteries of communication. It is along thece arteries, however, that tho , allied forces are strongest, iiartlcularly 1 In cavalry and tanks, and a mere two I divisions we're far too few in numbers to stem the onruehlng tide. iThe Oerman communication have j been so disorganised that thus far only two divisions of rt erven have been Iden- , titled, nnd these new troops have not been nble to make any Impression on the 1 udvanrlttg Allies, I Million AVnli'lie for IT, 8, Troops, aeNEVA, Aug, 10. The headquarters of the Amcrlcoh Expeditionary Force tn Franco has ordered 1,000,000 watches from Bwlss firms for the use of tho American troops operating in France. aVJsJ.liJIIii'LTOa What Would You Do If Your Family Was in Danger? Rill your family la In DANGER OK BEING COLD neat Win ter and, all that goes with th harm of Winter chills. Th Gaternment has warned you or Ibla. 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