Bolshevists denounce German conditions as a policy of annexations; they demand that future of Poland and Lithuania must be settled by the inhabitants and that Germany must withdraw from occupied provinces to enable referendum to be taken.
1917, Allies, Austria-Hungary, British Empire, Frenzela, German East Africa, German Empire, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, Mozambique, peace, Rovuma, Russia, Russian Revolution, Sasso, Tanzania, Treaty of Brest-Litovsk
Further enemy advance on Val Frenzela front; they reach village of Sasso. British forces pursue enemy across boundary of German East Africa; their patrols 40 miles south of Rovuma river. Enemy reply to Bolshevist peace proposals; they demand that Russia’s Allies will recognize and carry out “conditions binding all nations in the same manner if the suppositions of the Russian exposé are to be fulfilled.”
1917, aeroplanes, air raid, Austria-Hungary, Belarus, Belgium, Brest Litowsk, Bulgaria, capture, civilian casualties, communications, England, Flanders, Germany, Great Britain, Kent, Ottoman Empire, peace, railway, Richard von Kuhlmann, Russia, Staden, Treaty of Brest-Litovsk, Turkey, Ukraine, Ypres
Germans drive in British advanced posts a short distance on a front of 700 yards near the Ypres-Staden railway. Two air attacks on the Kentish coast; one machine gets over the land, but is forced to descend, and crew captured; no casualties. Peace negoations under presidency of Herr von Kühlmann opened at Brest-Litovsk.