Diary July 28, 1917

Interrogation of Russian officers
Interrogation of Russian officers who have fallen into Austro-Hungarian captivity.
World War One Diary for Saturday, July 28, 1917:

Eastern Front

Galicia: Austro-German troops reach Russian frontier at Gusiatyn (Wild Cossack Division confronts 40,000 deserters there from July 25-27) on river Zbruch. Kaiser Wilhelm II leaves for Vilna.

Secret War

Russia: Somerset Maugham sails for Vladivostok.

Home Fronts

Britain: Royal Warrant authorizes Tank Corps.

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