1917, Allies, Austria-Hungary, Battle of Cambrai, Bourlon Wood, First Battle of Monte Grappa, First Battle of the Piave, France, Georg von Hertling, Germany, Great Britain, Lord Lansdowne, Paris, Passarella, peace, Piave, Reichstag, Royal Navy, Russia, Russian Revolution
British line advanced west of Bourlon Wood. British monitor destroys a bridge of boats at Passarella on the Piave. Allied Conference in Paris opens. Count Hertling in the Reichstag announces Germany prepared to treat with the Bolshevists. Lord Lansdowne’s letter to the Daily Telegraph stating war has lasted too long and indicating that a statement and possible revision of British war aims are desirable.