1916, Arish, Austria-Hungary, Baranovichi, Battle of Mont Sorrel, Belarus, Belgium, Bir Mazar, British Empire, Brusilov Offensive, Canada, Egypt, Galicia, German East Africa, German Empire, Germany, Great Britain, Jan Christiaan Smuts, King George V, Lushoto, occupation, Ottoman Empire, Persia, prisoners of war, Royal Navy, Russia, Sir Percy Sykes, Tanzania, Turkey, Ukraine, Wilhelmstal, Zillebeke
Russian advance continues; another 6,000 prisoners; Russian attack on German front north of Baranovitchi. Canadians recapture old positions at Zillebeke. Sir Percy Sykes and a British column enter Kerman, Southern Persia. British air attack on camps and aerodrome at El Arish and Bir Mazar. General Smuts reports capture of Wilhelmstal. The King visits the Fleet.