1917, Austria-Hungary, casualties, Euphrates, Fallujah, Galicia, Germany, Iraq, Ivano-Frankivsk, Kaiser Wilhelm II, Kalusz, Kerensky Offensive, Lavr Kornilov, monarchy, Monchy-le-Preux, Ottoman Empire, Prussia, Reichstag, Russia, Stanislau, Turkey, Ukraine
Fall of Kalusz, 17 miles from Stanislau, to General Korniloff. Slight German progress east of Monchy. British column from Feluja, on the Euphrates, engage a Turkish force up the river and inflict considerable loss. Reichstag demands for reform; the Kaiser promises an equal franchise in the next elections to the Prussian Diet.