1917, American President, Austria-Hungary, Azizie, Baghdad, Bapaume, Bukowina, Carpathians, Dorna Watra, France, Germany, Great Britain, Imperial German Navy, Iraq, Ligny, occupation, Ottoman Empire, Puisieux-au-Mont, RMS Laconia, Romania, sinking, Turkey, United States of America, Vatra Dornei, Woodrow Wilson
Further British advance towards Bapaume; Ligny and western and northern outskirts of Puisieux-au-Mont taken. Enemy success near Dorna Watra Pass, Southern Bukovina. Turkish rout along the Baghdad road through Azizie continues. President Wilson considers sinking of Laconia the “overt act” for which he was waiting.