1916, aeroplanes, air raid, Allies, Battle of Verdun, British Empire, fortress, France, German East Africa, German Empire, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Hardaumont, Iraq, Jan Christiaan Smuts, Kibata, Kut, Louvement, Ottoman Empire, Ouvrage d'Hardaumont, Ouvrage de Bezonvaux, prisoners of war, Royal Naval Air Service, Royal Navy, Second Battle of Kut, Second Offensive Battle of Verdun, Serbia, Tanzania, Tigris, Turkey, Vacherauville, Verdun
Great French Victory at Verdun; enemy front broken over a depth of two miles; Vacherauville and Louvement and works of Hardaumont and Bézonvaux taken with 7,500 prisoners. British outposts three-quarters of a mile from the Tigris, south of Kut. British naval aeroplanes drop bombs on Razlovci, Serbia. General Smuts‘s success north-west of Kibata, East Africa. Greek Government accepts the Allied ultimatum.