1916, Austria-Hungary, Battle of Albert, Battle of the Somme, Brusilov Offensive, communications, Declaration of London, Delatyn, Deliatyn, Erzurum, France, Galicia, Germany, Great Britain, Hardecourt, Japan, Kovel, Ottoman Empire, Ovillers, Platon Lechitsky, railway, Russia, Sarny, Stokhod, Trones Wood, Turkey, Ukraine
British penetrate into Ovillers; hand-to-hand fighting; they penetrate the Trônes Wood; French capture Hardecourt. Russian pursuit along the Sarny–Kovel Railway for 25 miles continues; they cross the Stokhod. General Lechitsky takes Delatyn. Russians carry Turkish positions west of Erzrum. Order in Council published rescinding Declaration of London and orders arising therefrom. Text of Russo-Japanese agreement published.