1916, Austria-Hungary, Battle of Guillemont, Battle of the Somme, Brusilov Offensive, Chaulnes, Chilly, Clery, Falfemont Farm, France, Galicia, Germany, Ginchy, Great Britain, Guillemont, Halicz, Hopital Farm, Leuze Wood, Marrieres Wood, Ovillers, prisoners of war, Russia, Soyecourt, Ukraine, Vermand
British line extended 1,500 yards east of Guillemont; Leuze Wood and all the ground between Falfemont Farm and Leuze Wood and outskirts of Ginchy in British possession. French advance east of Le Forest; they storm Hôpital Farm, occupy part of Marrières Wood, and progress east of Cléry. Great French advance south of the Somme on a 12-mile front from Barleux to the south of Chaulnes; they capture Soyécourt and Chilly and part of Vermandovillers and Chaulnes Wood. Russian victory seven miles south-east of Halicz; 4,500 prisoners taken.