1916, Adriatic, Austria-Hungary, Baltimore, Barleux, Battle of Albert, Battle of the Somme, Belloy-en-Santerre, Biaches, Bray, Brusilov Offensive, Ferdinand Foch, France, Galicia, Germany, Imperial German Navy, Iraq, La Maisonette Farm, merchant shipping, Ottoman Empire, Peronne, Royal Navy, Russia, Sanna-i-Yat, sinking, Stokhod, submarine, Tigris, trade, Turkey, Ukraine, United States of America
General Foch advances along the Bray-Péronne Road and takes Biaches, one mile west of Péronne; French in the outskirts of Barleux and in Belloy-en-Santerre; progress at La Maison[ ]ette Farm. Fighting on the Stokhod; Russians win the river crossings at Svidinki. Fighting at Sanna-i-Yat on the Tigris. Four British drifters surprised by Austrian cruisers in the Adriatic; two sunk. German submarine Deutschland, purporting to be a merchantman, arrives at Baltimore from Bremen with mails and cargo.