1917, Austria-Hungary, Battle of Hill 70, British Empire, Canada, Cote 344, Eleventh Battle of the Isonzo, England, France, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, Latvia, Lens, peace, prisoners of war, Regneville, Riga, River Aa, Royal Navy, Russia, Samogneux, Slovenia, Stockholm, Sweden, Verdun, Yorkshire, Zeppelin
Further French progress at Verdun; Hill of Oie, Regneville, Samogneux, and fortifications around Hill 344 taken; over 5,000 prisoners to date. Italian advance progressing, more than 13,000 prisoners. Canadians take German positions west and north-west of Lens on a front of 2,000 yards. German progress on Riga front between Tirul Marsh and River Aa. British naval light forces bring down a Zeppelin off coast of Jutland. One or two Zeppelins on Yorkshire coast driven off; no damage done. Labour Party confirm by narrow majority their previous decision to send representatives to Stockholm.