1917, Austria-Hungary, Beaucourt, casualties, Dniester, Germany, Gorizia, Great Britain, Halicz, Iraq, Italy, Kut, Ottoman Empire, Puisieux-au-Mont, Russia, Second Battle of Kut, Serre, Switzerland, Tigris, trenches, Turkey, Ukraine, United States of America, weather
British advance towards Puisieux-au-Mont along the Beaucourt road; 600 yards of trench taken; German attempts to recover lost trenches near Serre frustrated. Italian line re-established east of Gorizia; serious Austrian losses. Raids on the Eastern front; Germans cross the Dniester on the ice south of Halicz, but are driven back. Turks completely hemmed in at a bend in the Tigris west of Kut. German proposals through the Swiss Minister to reopen negotiations with United States.