1917, Aisne, Austria-Hungary, Avce, Banjsice Plateau, Battle of Caporetto, Battle of La Malmaison, Bovec, Bulgaria, Canal de l'Oise a l'Aisne, Caporetto, cavalry, Filain, France, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Italian Prime Minister, Italy, Kobarid, Matajur, Paolo Boselli, Pargny-Filain, Pinon, prisoners of war, retreat, Second Battle of the Aisne, Serres, Slovenia, Struma, Twelfth Battle of the Isonzo, weapons
Italians retreating from Plezzo to south of Auzza and preparing to evacuate the Bainsizza Plateau; Mt. Matajur, south-west of Caporetto, captured; Germans claim 30,000 prisoners to date. Further French advance on the Aisne front; Pargny-Filain and Filain captured on the right and Pinon and the Forest of Pinon on the left, with 800 prisoners; Germans retreating across the Oise-Aisne Canal; over 11,000 prisoners and 120 guns captured to date. British cavalry capture three villages south of Seres, Struma front. Fall of Boselli Cabinet in Italy.