1916, Aleksei Brusilov, Austria-Hungary, Battle of Jutland, Battle of Verdun, Belgium, Bismarkburg, British Empire, Brusilov Offensive, Flanders, France, Galicia, German East Africa, German Empire, Germany, Great Britain, Imperial German Navy, J. A. Hannyngton, Jan Christiaan Smuts, Kasanga, Mazinde, North Sea, occupation, prisoners of war, R. E. Murray, Royal Navy, Russia, sinking, SMS Lutzow, SMS Rostock, Strypa, Tanzania, Thiaumont Farm, Ukraine, Zeebrugge
General Brusiloff crosses the Strypa; 13,000 more prisoners taken. German attacks east and west of Thiaumont Farm repulsed. Smuts‘s advance in East Africa; General Hannyngton reaches Mazinde; Colonel Murray occupies Bismarckburg. British patrol action off Zeebrugge; German destroyers chased back to port. Germans admit loss of the Lützow and Rostock in the North Sea battle.