1917, Alexander Kerensky, Argentina, Austria-Hungary, Berlin, Buenos Aires, Bukowina, Cesis, diplomacy, Eleventh Battle of the Isonzo, General Klembovsky, Germany, Italy, Kornilov Affair, Latvia, Lavr Kornilov, Luxburg Affair, Monte San Gabriele, Radauti, Riga, Romania, Russia, Russian Revolution, Slovenia, Sweden, Venden
M. Kerensky assumes position of Generalissimo, as General Klembovsky said to be joining Korniloff party; he states Russian people, army, and navy on his side; Russian stand south of the Riga-Venden road; success on Rumanian front south of Radaurtz. Austrian assaults on Mte. S. Gabriele repulsed. Swedish Government statement on German use of Swedish diplomatic channels between Berlin and Buenos Aires; admission of the custom, coupled with excuse that as messages were written in cipher Swedish Government had no knowledge of their purport.