1916, Barleux, Battle of Guillemont, Battle of Turtucaia, Battle of Verdun, British Empire, Bulgaria, Chaulnes, Dar es Salaam, Dobritch, Dobrudja, Fleury, France, German East Africa, German Empire, Germany, Great Britain, Guillemont, Leuze Wood, Mouquet Farm, prisoners of war, Romania, Royal Navy, Russia, Tanzania, Tutrakan
British make a little more ground near Guillemont; from Mouquet Farm to junction with French all German second line in British hands; a footing gained in Leuze Wood. French press on to the east of Le Forest and take 500 more prisoners. French offensive south of the Somme on a front of 12 miles from Barleux to south of Chaulnes; 2,700 prisoners. French gain some more ground north of Fleury. Russo-Rumanian forces and Bulgarians and Germans in contact in the Dobrudja; Bulgarians allege capture of Dobritch; fighting at Tutrakan. Dar-es-Salaam surrenders to British naval forces.