1917, armistice, Asiago, Austria-Hungary, Battle of Cambrai, Bourlon Wood, British Empire, casualties, evacuation, First Battle of Monte Grappa, First Battle of the Piave, France, Germany, Great Britain, Iraq, Italy, Kara Tepe, Mount Castelgomberto, Mount Zomo, Nahrin, Ottoman Empire, prisoners of war, Russia, Turkey, weapons, William Marshall
Bourlon Wood evacuated by the British during the night without casualties and without knowledge of the enemy. Further enemy progress in Asiago salient; Mts. Zomo and Castelgomberto stormed; enemy claims 11,000 prisoners and 60 guns. General Marshall across the Nahrin, drives Turks out of Kara Tepe. Russo-German armistice arranged from December 7 to 17.