1917, Ain Karim, Albania, Austria-Hungary, Battle of Cambrai, Battle of Jerusalem, Bourlon, Brenta, Bulgaria, cavalry, Edmund Allenby, First Battle of Monte Grappa, First Battle of the Piave, France, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, Jerusalem, Mount Grappa, Osum, Ottoman Empire, Palestine, Piave, prisoners of war, Samogneux, Turkey, Verdun
German counter-attacks win back part of Bourlon Village; 9,774 prisoners to date. French attack in Samogneux district, north of Verdun; 800 prisoners. Enemy attacks between the Brenta and the Piava repulsed; Italians take 200 prisoners near Mt. Grappa. Enemy force passage of Osum River, Albania, but are driven back by Italians. Allenby’s mounted troops at Ain Karim, 3½ miles north of Jerusalem.