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This Month in World War I

The Italian monument to the victims of the Battle of San Matteo
New Zealand soldiers posing for a photo during a break from the Second Battle of Bapaume
By TomStar81
Theaters/Fronts
Western Eastern Italian
Caucasian Middle Eastern Balkan
African Naval Air
Politics Asian and Pacific Gallipoli
Dates Events
August Spanish Flu virus mutates: simultaneous deadlier outbreaks in Brest, Freetown and Boston.
August 5 The Czechoslovak People's Army of Komuch takes Kazan from the Bolsheviks and captures the Imperial Russian gold reserve. Details
August 8 – November 11 Hundred Days Offensive, last offensive on Western Front.
August 8–12 Battle of Amiens, first phase of the Hundred Days Offensive. Details
August 9–12 Battle of Montdidier.
August 13 – September 3 Battle of San Matteo.
August 17–29 Second Battle of Noyon, a phase of the Hundred Days Offensive. Details
August 21 – September 3 Second Battle of the Somme (also known as Third battle of the Somme), a phase of the Hundred Days Offensive. Details
August 21–22 Third Battle of Albert, opening phase of the Second Battle of the Somme. Details
August 21 – September 3 Second Battle of Bapaume, a phase of the Second Battle of the Somme.
August 26 – September 3 Fourth Battle of Arras (also known as Second Battle of Arras (1918)), a phase of the Second Battle of the Somme Details
August 26–30 Fourth Battle of the Scarpe (also known as Battle of the Scarpe (1918)), a phase of the Fourth Battle of Arras. Details
August 26 – September 14 Battle of Baku, last Turkish offensive of the war.
August 30-31 Battle of Lioma.
August 31 – September 3 Battle of Mont Saint-Quentin, a phase of the Second Battle of the Somme.
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