1916, Aleksei Brusilov, Austria-Hungary, Berezhany, British Empire, Brusilov Offensive, Brzezany, England, France, Galicia, German East Africa, German Empire, Germany, Great Britain, Horodenka, Horozanka, Jan Christiaan Smuts, King George V, monarchy, occupation, Platon Lechitsky, prisoners of war, Royal Navy, Russia, Solotvyn, Solotwina, Tanzania, Ukraine, Zlota Lipa
General Brusiloff reaches the Zlota Lipa to south of Brzezany; Russian attacks in the Horozanka region. General Lechitsky reaches Solotwina. Russian captures from beginning of offensive 358,000 prisoners. General Smuts through the Nguru Hills; Bagamoyo occupied by naval forces. The King returns to England after visiting the Army in France.