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French win back all positions on Hill 304, Verdun, lost since June 29; 425 prisoners. Continued disorder in Petrograd; mutineers and workmen from Kronstadt in the capital; outbreak denounced by the Council of Workmen’s and Soldiers’ Delegates. Changes in the Government; Sir Edward Carson joins the War Cabinet and is succeeded as First Lord of the Admiralty by Sir Eric GeddesSir Eric Geddes; Dr. Addison becomes Minister in Charge of Reconstruction, and is succeeded as Minister of Munitions by Mr. Churchill; Mr. Montagu becomes Secretary of State for India in succession to Mr. Chamberlain. Royal Proclamation changing the name of the Royal House and family to Windsor.