1917, Anting, Austria-Hungary, Avocourt, Banjsice Plateau, Battle of Passchendaele, Belgium, Bixschoote, Carso Plateau, Champneuville, Corbeaux Wood, Cote 240, Cote 344, Cumieres, Eleventh Battle of the Isonzo, Flanders, France, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, Kemmern, Latvia, Mort Homme, prisoners of war, Riga, Russia, Slovenia, Talou Hill, Verdun
Great French attack at Verdun on an 11-mile front; enemy defences carried to a depth of 1¼mile; Avocourt Wood, two summits of Mort Homme, Corbeaux Wood, Cumières Wood, Talou Hill, Champneuville, Hills 344 and 240, and Mormont Farm won; 4,000 prisoners. Italian advance continues; furious fighting on the Carso and in front of Mt. Hermada; Austrian line between Korite and Selo gives way; progress on the Bainsizza Plateau farther north; over 10,000 prisoners to date. Slight British advance north of Bixschoote. German offensive on Riga front; owing to indiscipline Russians forced to retire on Anting and Kemmern.