1917, Aisne, Avocourt, Avre, bombardment, Chaulnes, England, Eslamabad-e Gharb, France, Germany, Great Britain, Harunabad, Hindenburg Line, HMS Llewellyn, HMS Paragon, Imperial German Navy, Iran, Kent, Kermanshah, Mort Homme, Nesle, Noyon, Operation Alberich, Ottoman Empire, Peronne, Persia, prisoners of war, Ramsgate, Royal Navy, Russia, sinking, trenches, Turkey, Verdun
Fall of Péronne, Nesle, and Chaulnes to the British, who take over 60 villages in two days; French advance continues between the Avre and the Aisne on a front of 37½ miles; Noyon and many villages taken. German attack near Verdun on the Mort Homme-Avocourt front; some trenches and prisoners taken. Russians take Harunabad, 20 miles south-east of Kermanshah. German destroyer raid on Kent coast, Ramsgate shelled; British destroyer sunk by torpedo, and second destroyer damaged.