1917, Battle of Cambrai, Belarus, British Empire, Commander-in-Chief, Deli Abbas, France, Germany, Great Britain, Iraq, Jebel Hamrin, Kifri, La Vacquerie, Lavr Kornilov, Mogilev, Nikolai Krylenko, Nikolay Dukhonin, Ottoman Empire, Palestine, Polygon Wood, prisoners of war, Russia, Russian Army, Russian Revolution, surrender, Turkey, weapons
A slight British withdrawal at La Vacquerie and east of Marcoing; Germans claim 6,000 prisoners and 100 guns to date. British gains south-west of Polygon Wood. Bolshevist troops under Krilenko secure surrender of Russian General Staff at Mohileff; General Dukhonin, Commander-in-Chief, murdered; General Korniloff escapes. Turks driven out of the hills north of Deli Abbas; they retire up the Kifri road towards Jebel Hamrin.