1916, air raid, artillery, Austria-Hungary, Battle of Doiran, Battle of Romani, Battle of the Somme, bombardment, British Empire, Chryplin, civilian casualties, Doiran, Egypt, England, France, Galicia, Germany, Gorizia, Great Britain, Greece, Hem, Hull, Isonzo, Italy, Ivano-Frankivsk, Norfolk, occupation, Ottoman Empire, Pozieres, prisoners of war, Rosenthal, Russia, Scotland, Serbia, Sixth Battle of the Isonzo, Stanislau, Turkey, Ukraine, Vertoibica, Whitley Bay, Yorkshire, Zeppelin
Fall of Gorizia to the Italians; the Isonzo crossed and the Austrians pursued; Italians occupy the hills of the Rosenthal and the Vertoibica line; total prisoners to date 12,000. Russians gain the junction of Chryplin, two miles from Stanislau. British gain 200 yards on a frontage of 600 yards, north-west of Pozières. French advance north of Hem Wood. French guns bombard Doiran on Serbo-Greek frontier. Turkish counter-attack, Sinai Peninsula, repulsed. Zeppelin raid on East Coast; 22 casualties.