1917, Albania, Asiago, Austria-Hungary, Battle of Caporetto, Battle of Jerusalem, Battle of Nebi Samwil, British Empire, casualties, Chivata, Edmund Allenby, First Battle of Monte Grappa, First Battle of the Piave, Frederick Stanley Maude, German East Africa, German Empire, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, Jerusalem, Mediterranean, Mount Cornella, Ottoman Empire, Palestine, Piave, prisoners of war, Quero, Royal Navy, sinking, surrender, Tanzania, Turkey, Twelfth Battle of the Isonzo, Valona, Vlore
Enemy captures Quero, on the Upper Piave, and Mt. Cornella; Italians counter-attack on Asiago Plateau, capturing over 200 prisoners. Austrians claim capture of a bridgehead 12 miles from Valona, Albania. Allenby’s cavalry occupies Beit-ur-et-Tahta, 12 miles north-west of Jerusalem. Surrender of 262 German soldiers and 700 Askaris south-east of Chivata, German East Africa; total German and native prisoners since beginning of month nearly 3,000. British patrol vessel torpedoed in the Mediterranean; four officers and five men killed. Death of Sir Stanley Maude.