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July 14, 1918

British advance east of Dickebush Lake on a front of 2,000 yards near Ridge Wood, taking 328 prisoners. Czecho-Slovaks capture Kazan.

European Theatre

July 7, 1918

Australians again advance on a 3,000-yard front in the hills on each side of the Somme. German airmen bomb Belgian hospital near La Panne, Yser front; over 50 girls killed.

European Theatre

July 5, 1918

Australian front advanced 2,000 yards north-east of Villers-Bretonneux.

European Theatre

Conference Talk: ''The show business has gone all to pieces''. 11 July, #IFTR 2018

At this year’s world congress of the International Federation for Theatre Research (IFTR) in Belgrade, Serbia (9-13 July, 2018),  I will give a talk about ““The show business has gone all to pieces” – Theatrescapes, Mobility and Stasis during World War I.  257 more words

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CALL FOR PLAYS. MIGRATIONS: HARBOUR EUROPE

LegalAliens in collaboration with New Tides Platform and Migrant Dramaturgies Network is looking for plays by European or EU-based playwrights (UK included) on the theme of… 645 more words

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July 1, 1918

Americans carry the village of Vaux, near Château-Thierry, taking 450 prisoners; farther north French take St. Pierre Aigle. United States transport Corrington torpedoed and sunk; six of the crew missing.

European Theatre

June 30, 1918

British action north-west of Albert; over 50 prisoners. French take 200 more prisoners between the Ourcq and the Marne. Italians capture Col del Rosso; 2,000 prisoners.

European Theatre