1917, Athens, Caverne du dragon, Christiania, Craonne, Eleftherios Venizelos, Fontaine, France, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, National Schism, Norway, Oslo, prisoners of war, Scarpe, Second Battle of the Aisne
British gains south of the Scarpe near Fontaine. French win a crest of the Craonne Ridge north-west of Hurtebise Farm, and take the stronghold known as the Dragon’s Cave; 300 prisoners. M. Venizelos in Athens. Dr. Michahelles, German Minister at Christiania, recalled, as a result of discovery of German bomb plot in Norway.