Diary September 13, 1917


 war blinds demonstrate in Russia
In Russia, the war blinds demonstrate for the continuation of the war.
World War One Diary for Thursday, September 13, 1917:

Eastern Front

Germany: Hoffmann diary ‘A German advance on Petersburg now would bring about the complete collapse of Russia’.
Galicia­: Germans evacuate Gusiatyn on border.
Russia: Rebel Kornilov surrenders to Alexeiev at Mogilev and is moved to Bykhov monastery.

Western Front

Flanders: German raid near Langemarck repulsed.
Verdun: German counter-attack penetrates French advanced trenches north of Caurieres Wood (French recapture it on September 14).

Home Fronts

Portugal: Martial law declared against general strike.

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