1917, Austria-Hungary, Beersheba, Belgium, Craonne, France, Galicia, Georg Michaelis, German East Africa, German Empire, German Imperial Chancellor, Germany, Great Britain, Hurtebise, Israel, Kerensky Offensive, Kilwa, Lombartzyde, Mbemkuru, mutiny, Narongombe, Ottoman Empire, Palestine, peace, Russia, Second Battle of the Aisne, St Quentin, Syria, Tanzania, Turkey, Ukraine, Zloczow
German Counter-attack on Russian front; Russian positions east of Zloczow pierced as a result of the troops’ insubordination. German attack south of Lombartzyde; Germans reach British line, but are thrown out again. Fresh German attacks near St. Quentin defeated, and also between Craonne and Hurtebise. Two Turkish cavalry regiments driven back at Beersheba. Enemy’s main position attacked at Narongombe, south-west of Kilwa, East Africa; they retire to the Mbemkuru Valley. Speech by Herr Michaelis, the new German Chancellor; he declares for a victor’s peace and the inviolability of German territory; Germany will not again offer peace.