1916, Ablaincourt, Allies, Alps, Austria-Hungary, Battle of the Somme, Battle of Transylvania, Berny, Bovent, Brasov, Brasso, Bulgaria, Carso Plateau, cavalry, Chaulnes, Eighth Battle of the Isonzo, France, General Avaresco, Germany, Ghevgeli, Great Britain, Greece, Greek Navy, Italy, Kronstadt, Republic of Macedonia, Romania, Romanian Second Army, Serres, Slovenia, Trentino, Vertoiba, Vippacco, Vrtojba
Great Italian success on the Carso; Austrian line captured between the Vippacco and point 208; Austrian line broken between Sober and Vertoiba (Julian Alps); Austrians ejected from Mount Pesubio (Trentino). French progress between Berny-en-Santerre and Chaulnes; Bovent, outskirts of Ablaincourt, and most of Chaulnes Wood carried. Rumanian Second Army resisting south of Brasso; General Avaresco in command. French carry first Bulgarian lines on the heights west of Ghevgeli; British cavalry two miles from Seres. Allied ultimatum to Greece demanding that all the Greek Fleet except three warships should be handed over; Greek Government complies under protest.