The Defeat of Austria as Seen by the 7th Division: Being a Narrative of the Fortunes of the 7th Division from the Time it Left the Asiago Plateau in August 1918 Till the Conclusion of the Armistice with Austria on November 4, 1918
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The Capture of Papadopoli Island
The Rout of the Austrian Army
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The Defeat of Austria as Seen by the 7th Division: Being a Narrative of the ...
Ernest Courtenay Crosse
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20th Brigade 22nd Brigade 23rd Division 2nd Gordon 7th Division 8th Devons 91st Brigade advance aeroplanes afternoon Alleluia armistice arrived artillery Asiago Plateau attacking troops Austrian army barrage battalions Battery battle billets boats bombed bridge Brigade H.Q. British Army British soldier Brugnera Bund Capt captured casualties Cimadolmo Cimetta civilians Company Corpl Corps Cosenza counter-attack crossed the river decided difficulty Divisional Commander encountered enemy entraining fighting fire flank France front line Gordon Highlanders gunners guns Headquarters impossible infantry island of Papadopoli Italy knew L/Cpl large number Lewis-guns Lt.-Col machine-gun main attack mainland Maserada Monticano morning night October October 27 officer operations opposition Papadopoli island party Piave platoons pontoons Pordenone position prisoners rain rations road round Sacile Salettuol Sergt shells station stream Tagliamento Tezze train transport trenches Treviso Trieste Trissino Vazzola Veneto Vicenza village Visna Warwickshires whilst whole wire wounded yards