1917, Alexander Protopopov, Baghdad, Bapaume, Bois Loupart, Boris Sturmer, British Empire, China, France, Germany, Gommecourt, Grevillers, Iran, Iraq, Ivan Goremykin, Ivan Shcheglovitov, Kermanshah, occupation, Operation Alberich, Ottoman Empire, Persia, Petrograd, religion, Russia, Russian Revolution, St Mihiel, St Petersburg, Turkey
Germans abandon the forward crest of the Bapaume Ridge along a front of 3½ miles; British take Loupart Wood and Grevillers, 1½ miles from Bapaume, and progress east and north-east of Gommecourt. French progress in St. Mihiel Wedge. British 30 miles beyond Baghdad. Russians occupy Kermanshah. Fighting in Petrograd; troops who had joined the Parliamentary cause besiege various official buildings held by the Government; MM. Shtcheglovitoff, Stürmer, Protopopoff, and Goremykin, and Archbishop Pitirim, and others arrested. China breaks off relations with Germany.