1917, Austria-Hungary, Battle of Caporetto, Battle of Passchendaele, Beersheba, Belgium, British Empire, Canada, Edmund Allenby, Flanders, Frederick Stanley Maude, Germany, Goudberg, Great Britain, Iraq, Italy, Livenza, Mosselmarkt, occupation, Ottoman Empire, Palestine, Passchendaele, prisoners of war, retreat, Tagliamento, Tekrit, Turkey, Twelfth Battle of the Isonzo
Passchendaele Won by the Canadians, with the hamlets of Goudberg and Mosselmarkt; over 400 prisoners. Italians withdrawing from the Tagliamento reach the river Livenza. General Maude occupies Tekrit. General Allenby’s troops capture the Turkish lines on the Wadi Khuweilfeh and Wadi Sheria, 11 miles north of Beersheba.