1917, Austria-Hungary, Battle of Jerusalem, Bullecourt, Edmund Allenby, First Lord of the Admiralty, France, Germany, Great Britain, Imperial German Navy, Italy, Jerusalem, Mount Grappa, Ottoman Empire, prisoners of war, Royal Navy, Russia, Russian Revolution, sinking, Sir Eric Geddes, submarine, Turkey, Villers-Guislain
British capture enemy post south of Villers-Guislain, and improve their position near Bullecourt. Austrian attack on Mt. Grappa defeated; slight gain in the Orso salient; French batteries in action. General Allenby extends his line north-east of Jerusalem, taking 140 prisoners. Members of Contituent Assembly dispersed by Bolshevists. Sir Eric Geddes on shipping position; Germany building submarines faster than she is losing them; Great Britain losing shipping faster than she is building it.