1916, Asiago, Austria-Hungary, Battle of Verdun, British Empire, Brusilov Offensive, Buchach, Buczacz, Caillette Wood, Foreign Minister, France, Galicia, German East Africa, German Empire, Germany, Great Britain, Italian Prime Minister, Italy, J. A. Hannyngton, Korogwe, Mort Homme, Paolo Boselli, prisoners of war, Russia, Sidney Sonnino, Tanzania, trenches, Ukraine
Russian attack on Austrian centre at Buczacz; 14,000 more prisoners taken. French carry a German trench on the southern slopes of Mort Homme; German assault on southern edge of Caillette Wood repulsed. General Hannyngton takes Korogwe, East Africa. Austrian attack on Asiago plateau repulsed. Signor Boselli forms a new Italian Ministry with Baron Sonnino as Foreign Minister.