1916, Austria-Hungary, Battle of the Somme, Battle of Transylvania, Brasov, Carpathians, Erich Ludendorff, Erich von Falkenhayn, France, Germany, Great Britain, Kronstadt, occupation, Paul von Hindenburg, Petroseny, Platon Lechitsky, prisoners of war, Romania, weapons
Austrian retreat before Rumanian advance; they admit occupation of Petroseny, Kronstadt, and Kezdi Vasarhely. General Lechitsky captures Mount Pantyr, 16 miles noth-west of the Jablonica Pass. Fall of Falkenhayn; Marshal Hindenburg appointed chief of German General Staff, and General Ludendorff Chief Quarter-Master-General. Prisoners captured in British offensive since July 1: 266 Officers and 15,203 men, with 86 guns and 160 machine guns.