1916, Austria-Hungary, Austro-Hungarian Navy, Battle of the Somme, Battle of Transylvania, Battle of Verdun, Belgium, Bulgaria, Carso Plateau, Croatia, Dobrudja, fortress, France, Germany, Great Britain, Imperial German Navy, Italian Navy, Italy, Kostanjevica, Lesboeufs, Netherlands, Ninth Battle of the Isonzo, Opatje Selo, Oppacchiasella, Peronne, Predeal, prisoners of war, Romania, Royal Navy, Russia, Sailly-Saillisel, Slovenia, Somme, SS Oldambt, Torzburg, Vaux, Vladimir Sakharoff, Zeebrugge
Great Italian Advance on the Carso; heights east of Gorizia cleared of the enemy, and Austrian northern sector completely smashed between the River Vippacco and the Oppacchiasella–Kostanjevica road; 4,700 prisoners. Review of British operations on the Somme since second week of October; prisoners to date, 31,132. French and British advance north-east of Lesbœufs towards the Péronne road; French progress around Sailly. Germans evacuate Fort Vaux. Enemy pressure continuing in Predeal, Törzburg, and Roter Turm Passes, while Rumanians retain mastery in Vulcan Pass; General Sakharoff to command in Dobrudja. Dutch vessel Oldambt, being taken by German prize crew into Zeebrugge, rescued by British scouting craft; five German destroyers engaged and put to flight. Italian torpedo-boat raid on Austrian naval base at Pola.