1917, Aisne, Alexander Kerensky, Allies, Austria-Hungary, Battle of Passchendaele, Battle of the Menin Road Ridge, Belgium, Cerny, Flanders, France, General Ruszky, Germany, Glencorse Wood, Great Britain, Inverness Copse, Menin, Mikhail Alekseyev, peace, Polygon Wood, Pope Benedict XV, prisoners of war, Russia, Russian Revolution, Second Battle of the Aisne, Veldhoek, Vladimir Dragomirov, Ypres
Great British Attack east of Ypres along the Ypres-Menin road; Inverness Copse, Glencorse Wood, Veldhoek, and part of Polygon Wood taken; 2,000 prisoners. German attack on Aisne front south-east of Cerny defeated. General Alexeieff resigns his position as Kerensky‘s Chief of Staff owing to differences with him; intention to entrust commands to Generals Ruszky and Dragomiroff abandoned. German and Austrian replies to the Pope’s peace note published; no mention of concessions to Allies’ demands.