1917, Alexander Trepov, Allies, artillery, Austria-Hungary, Belgium, bombardment, Dvina, Flanders, Focsani, France, Germany, Glaudani, Great Britain, Greece, Jacobstadt, Jekabpils, Latvia, monarchy, Nikolai Golitsyn, occupation, prisoners of war, Riga, Romania, Russia, Russian Prime Minister, Sereth, Siret, Souchez, trenches, Ypres
Fall of Focsani to the enemy, thus turning the Sereth lines; nearly 5,400 prisoners claimed. Russian gains held near Riga; attacks developing from Riga to Jacobstadt; island in the Dvina, east of Glaudan, captured. Unsuccessful German attempts to reach British lines south-east of Souchez. Ypres heavily shelled. New Note to Greece reiterating past demands and giving 48 hours for acceptance. Russian Premier, M. Trepoff, resigns; succeeded by Prince Golitzin.