1917, Austria-Hungary, Banjsice Plateau, Beaumont, Bois de Chaume, Chernivtsi, Czernowitz, Eleventh Battle of the Isonzo, France, Germany, Great Britain, Hargicourt, Italy, Jelenik, Meuse, Monte Santo, prisoners of war, Russia, Siroka Njivo, Slovenia, Ukraine, Verdun
Italians announce extent of their advance on the Bainsizza Plateau since offensive opened; new line runs through Siroka Njivo, Jelenik, and Kobelik to Monte Santo; Austrian resistance on Bainsizza Plateau stiffening; 23,000 prisoners to date. French attack on left bank of Meuse north of Verdun between Mormont Farm and Chaume Wood; Fosse and Beaumont Woods taken; over 1,000 prisoners. British success east of Hargicourt; German line driven in on a one-mile front to a depth of ½ mile. German progress east of Czernovitz; over 1,000 prisoners claimed.