Diary August 14, 1916

air defense with a machine gun
An Austria-Hungarian soldier in the air defense with a machine gun on the Isonzo.
Diary for Monday, August 14, 1916:

Southern Fronts

Isonzo: General Italian attack all along line (until August 17) without appreciable gains but heavy losses.

Eastern Front

Germany; Hoffmann diary: ‘Continual friction with the Austrians and almost more with OHL’.
Russia: Third and Guard (now Special) Armies returned to Western Front command.

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