1917, Al Hay, Allies, Austria-Hungary, Beaumont Hamel, British Empire, cavalry, France, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Hai, Iraq, Kut, National Schism, Oitoz, Ottoman Empire, Putna, Romania, Russia, Second Battle of Kut, Tigris, trenches, Turkey
Russian counter-attack enemy and drive them back across the Putna; Allies lose two heights in the Oitoz Valley. Another British success north-east of Beaumont Hamel, taking three-quarters mile of trench. Turkish trenches on right bank of Tigris, in loop north-east of Kut, taken; British cavalry occupy Hai. Greek reply to Allied ultimatum; demands accepted, but with certain evasions and omissions.