Diary February 2, 1918

British Voisin planes in East Africa,
One of the British Voisin planes in East Africa, which was used for reconnaissance and for connecting flights. In addition there were also some Caudrons.
World War One Diary for Saturday, February 2, 1918:

Air War

East Africa: Last 6 Royal Flying Corps planes withdrawn by February 9.

Western Front

France: Supreme War Council sanctions Allied General Reserve for Western, Italian and Balkan Fronts. Foch submits plan for 17 divisions behind Western Front and 13 on Italian on February 6. On February 12 Petain and Haig oppose then compromise on a 12-mile extension of BEF line.

Home Fronts

France: National Office of Disabled and Discharged Soldiers formed.

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