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April 1918

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The following events occurred in April 1918:

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  • Operation Michael – British forces halted the German advance at Ancre, France, ending the first stage of the Spring Offensive.[43] The offensive had cost the Allies some c. 255,000 men including 177,739 killed, British casualties. As well, the German captured 75,000 prisoners and some 1,300 artillery pieces. German casualties were also massive, with 250,000 casualties.[44] Despite advancing more than 65 km (40 mi) and capturing 3,100 km2 (1,200 sq mi) of French territory, the offensive achieve few of the strategic offensives of the operation.[45]
  • Battle of Rautu – The Red Guards broke through the White Guard line and attempted to escape to Petrograd. However, the column was caught in a machine gun cross-fire in a valley near Kuolemanlaakso, Finland at the Russian-Finish border, where 400 men were slaughtered along with dozens of civilians from the nearby village. Another 800 to 900 Red Guards were taken prisoner. The Whites Guards lost 270 casualties in the final two days of the battle. The Kuolemanlaakso valley was nicknamed the "Valley of Death" following the massacre.[36]
  • Battle of Tampere – The Red Guards barricaded in the town center of Tampere, Finland surrendered to the White Guards.[46]
  • Sālote Tupou III became the first queen monarch of Kingdom of Tonga, succeeding George Tupou II upon his death, and remaining on the throne until her own death in 1965 in what was the longest reign for the South Pacific kingdom.[47][48]
  • Royal Air Force pilot Lieutenant C. H. Noble-Campbell of No. 38 Squadron was wounded in the head by machine-gun fire while attacking German Zeppelin L 62 but was able to return safely to base. It was the only occasion on which an attacking airman was wounded in combat with an airship.[49]
  • The Curtiss USAO-1 aircraft was first flown.[50]
  • Died: Andrew Van Vranken Raymond, American religious leader and academic, president of Union College from 1894 to 1907 (b. 1854); Paul Vidal de La Blache, French geographer, considered the founder of modern French geography and geopolitics (b. 1845)

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