1916, Aluta, Austria-Hungary, Battle of Malka Nidzhe, Battle of the Somme, Battle of Transylvania, Bitola, Brasov, Bulgaria, Carso Plateau, Dobrudja, Germany, Gornichevo, Great Britain, Greece, Hermannstadt, Italy, Kronstadt, Le Priez Farm, Malka Nidzhe, Monastir, Monastir Offensive, Olt, prisoners of war, Republic of Macedonia, retreat, Romania, Serbia, Sibiu, Thiepval, trenches
British storm German trenches south-east of Thiepval on a front of 1,000 yards, including the Wunderwerk. French storm Le Priez Farm. Italian advance in the Carso; enemy positions east of the Vallone Valley stormed; over 2,000 prisoners. Serbians take Gornichevo and most of the Malka Nidje ridge towards Monastir. Rumanian retreat in the Dobrudja to the Kara-Orman-Cuzgun position. Rumanian advance in Transylvania; they cross the Aluta River, east of Hermannstadt and north-west of Kronstadt.