1917, aeroplanes, air raid, Arras, artillery, Austria-Hungary, Battle of Arras, Battle of Bullecourt, Belgium, bombardment, Bullecourt, Cambrai, France, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, prisoners of war, recruitment, Roeux, Royal Navy, Slovenia, Tenth Battle of the Isonzo, trenches, Zeebrugge
British take greater part of Bullecourt, 1,300 yards of trench, and the Cavalry Farm astride the Arras-Cambrai road, the Roeux Cemetery; 700 prisoners. Zeebrugge bombarded from sea and bombed from air by British naval and air forces. Artillery activity on Italian eastern front. Voluntary groups for men up to 50 to be opened.