1916, Austria-Hungary, Battle of the Somme, Battle of Verdun, Cote 130, Fleury, France, Galicia, Germany, Gorizia, Great Britain, Guillemont, Hardecourt, Hem, Italy, Ivano-Frankivsk, Monacu, Monte Sabotino, Monte San Michelo, Ouvrage de Thiaumont, Platon Lechitsky, prisoners of war, Russia, Sixth Battle of the Isonzo, Somme, Stanislau, trenches, Ukraine
Italian offensive continues; heights of Monte Sabotino and Monte San Michelo and bridgehead of Gorizia captured; 8,000 prisoners to date. General Lechitsky captures Tlumacz, 12 miles from Stanislau; 2,000 prisoners. British attack on outskirts of Guillemont; French advance east of Hill 130, north of Hardécourt. French carry a line of German trenches between Hem Wood and the Somme to the east of Monacu Farm. More French progress south of the Thiaumont Work and in Fleury.