1916, Austria-Hungary, Baranovichi, Baranovichi Offensive, Battle of Albert, Battle of the Somme, Belarus, British Empire, Brusilov Offensive, Bukoba, Curlu, France, Fricourt, Galicia, German East Africa, German Empire, Germany, Great Britain, Herbecourt, Jan Christiaan Smuts, Karagwe, La Boisselle, Lutsk, Peronne, prisoners of war, Russia, Smarhon, Smorgon, Tanzania, Ukraine
Franco-British advance continues; British take Fricourt and progress near La Boisselle; the French take Curlu and Herbécourt, four miles from Péronne; total prisoners 9,500 to date. Russians take the offensive at Smorgon and Baranovitchi; German lines penetrated. Germans make some progress in the Lutsk salient. General Smuts reports British occupation Bukoba and Karagwe, East Africa.