British progress east of Westhoek. General Korniloff surrenders to General Alexeieff.
1917, Arthur Henderson, Austria-Hungary, Battle of Passchendaele, Belgium, Flanders, Germany, Great Britain, peace, prisoners of war, Romania, Russia, Steenbeek, Stockholm, Sweden, Trotus, Westhoek, Ypres
British advance east of Ypres on a front of two miles; remainder of Westhoek and the Westhoek Ridge captured and Glencorse Wood entered; 240 prisoners; French cross the Steenbeek. Further Russo-Rumanian retirement in the Trotus Valley. Labour Party Conference, following lead of Mr. Henderson, who omitted to state Cabinet opposition to Stockholm Conference and Russian Government’s pronouncement of its purely party character, decide by a majority of over three to one to send delegates to a “consultative” conference at Stockholm.
1917, Allies, Austria-Hungary, Battle of Passchendaele, Battle of Pilkem Ridge, Belgium, Brody, Chernivtsi, Czernowitz, Flanders, France, Frezenberg, Galicia, Germany, Great Britain, Hollebeke, La Basse Ville, Lys, Menin, Pilken, prisoners of war, Russia, St Julien, Ukraine, Westhoek, Ypres, Yser
Great Allied attack around Ypres on a 15-mile front; British advance from the Lys Valley northward beyond Ypres to the Yser Canal to a depth of over two miles, taking Pilkem, St. Julien, Frezenberg, and Westhoek, and south of the Ypres-Menin road, Hollebeke, and La Basse Ville; French force passage of Yser Canal and take Steenstraate and Bixschoote; over 6,000 prisoners taken by British. Enemy attacks on Russian line near Brody; enemy approaching Czernovitz.