1917, Ancre, Austria-Hungary, Champagne, Dardanelles, Diyala, Ferdinand von Zeppelin, France, Frederick Stanley Maude, Germany, Iraq, Mesnil, Moldavia, Operation Alberich, Ottoman Empire, prisoners of war, Romania, Tigris, Trotus, Turkey, Zeppelin
French attack in Champagne, recapturing almost the whole of the salient between the Butte du Mesnil and Maisons de Champagne; 136 prisoners taken. British line slightly advanced on either side of the Ancre. Austro-Germans take Rumanian positions on the Magyaros ridge between the Trotus and Uzal valleys; they claim 600 prisoners. General Maude crosses the Tigris south of the Diala. Interim report of the Dardanelles Commission published. Death of Count Zeppelin.