1916, Alexei Evert, Assevillers, Baranovichi, Baranovichi Offensive, Battle of Albert, Battle of the Somme, Battle of Verdun, Belarus, Belgium, Biharamulo, Bois du Chapitre, Brusilov Offensive, Buscourt, Damloup, Feuilleres, Flaucourt, France, German East Africa, German Empire, Germany, Great Britain, La Boisselle, Ovillers, Paul von Hindenburg, Peronne, prisoners of war, Russia, Tanzania, Usambara, Verdun
British capture La Boisselle, and part of Ovillers; French take Chapitre Wood, Feuillères, Buscourt, and Flaucourt on the road to Péronne and Assevillers farther south; total prisoners 12,300. Fighting at Verdun; Germans take and lose Damloup Work. General Evert breaks through Hindenburg‘s front at Baranovitchi and takes over 4,000 prisoners. Belgians defeat Germans at Biramulo, east of Usumbura, East Africa.