1917, Austria-Hungary, Battle of Arras, Battle of Doiran, Bulgaria, Carso Plateau, Doiran, Faiti Hrib, France, Gavrelle, Germany, Gorizia, Great Britain, Italy, munitions, North Sea, Roeux, Royal Naval Air Service, Royal Navy, Sir Eric Geddes, Sir John Jellicoe, Slovenia, Tenth Battle of the Isonzo, Zeppelin
British take Roeux; line advanced north of Gavrelle. Italian attack north and south of Gorizia and in northern sector of the Carso, east of Faiti Hrib. British progress on a 5,000-yard front on the Doiran front. Zeppelin L. 22 destroyed by naval forces in the North Sea. Admiralty changes announced; Sir John Jellicoe takes additional title of Chief of the Naval Staff, and Sir Eric Geddes appointed Controller, responsible for building, armament, and munitions.