1917, Aleksandr Krymov, Arthur Zimmermann, Battle of Passchendaele, Belgium, Flanders, Galicia, General Ruszky, Germany, Great Britain, Heinrich von Eckardt, Husiatyn, Kornilov Affair, Langemarck, Latvia, Lavr Kornilov, Mexico, Mikhail Alekseyev, Petrograd, Pskov, Riga, Robert Lansing, Russia, Russian Revolution, Segewold, Sigulda, St Petersburg, suicide, Sweden, Ukraine, United States of America, Vladimir Dragomirov
Enemy attacks on Langemarck positions on a front of a mile defeated. Failure of Korniloff’s revolt; General Alexeieff for the Provisional Government negotiating with him; General Krimoff, commander in Korniloff’s troops against Petrograd, commits suicide; Generals Ruszky and Dragomiroff restored. Russians press back enemy troops at Segewold, on the Riga-Pskoff road; enemy withdraws from Husiatyn on the Galician front. Mr. Lansing publishes a letter from Herr von Eckardt, German Minister to Mexico, to Herr Zimmermann, suggesting a German decoration for Herr Folke Cronholm, Swedish Chargé d’Affaires in Mexico, who is acting as a German agent.