1916, Austria-Hungary, Battle of the Somme, Battle of Turtucaia, Battle of Verdun, Berny-en-Santerre, Bois Chenois, bombardment, Brusilov Offensive, Bulgaria, Chapitre, Chaulnes, communications, Dmitry Shcherbachev, Dobrudja, France, Galicia, General Shcherbatcheff, Germany, Guila Lipa, Halicz, Ovillers, prisoners of war, railway, Romania, Roye, Russia, Somme, Tutrakan, Ukraine, Vaux, Verdun, Vermand, Zlota Lipa
French gains south of the Somme; they take most of Berny-en-Santerre and northern part of Vermandovillers; they reach the outskirts of Chaulnes and the railway from Chaulnes to Roye. French success at Verdun; German line on the Vaux-Chapitre Wood-Le Chênois front carried on a length of 1,600 yards. General Shcherbatcheff occupies bridge-head of Halicz and bombards the town; Russian advance north of Halicz between the Zlota Lipa and the Guila Lipa six to nine miles on a 12-mile front; 5,600 prisoners. Bulgarians capture Tutrakan.