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On June 12’
Western Frank Y
enem . . oer
failed): mack’ "1 the dunes at Lombartzydc
On the Li. . La Bans’:-Arraa
pared for :v1:e-sfrits front the French pre-
by violent artmayafilegxpt to break through,
Southea ‘ . Arraa-Roy;
tinned‘ s of Hebuteme infantry lighting con-
Northw Eulfern Front: Lithuani
1 . . a
"6 norih (‘ii tlsicehalglen the “"386 of Kuzc.
f urschany-Schaulen road,
Mariampol mad tr’ c"055"18 the Kama-
g man Wise e Germans encountered
ortress district of brought up from the
ln aue . Central P land
gens. "EDIE to dnveghe Germans fr0moposi-
h ussians lost eight E lflura-Ravlza angle, the
cannon, an Se 'P'eC6S. Including two
everal machine guns,
Est ‘zzmiezem days’ we
"1and’s army ‘med duke Josef Fer.
V a ac til: left wing of
e S ‘Sens army
can at Siemava, reoc:
strongwE’ua'3dv after repuls-
us 32:“ counter at-
north Pportmg posi.
sand Russiizgtvthereof. Five thou-
.“1e St - .
w"“>’ 0 rvS:JiD,:'t‘efIf"l‘f, angle the left
9 8 division ad.
occupied Mlyegisgz. zydaczov, and
On June 13,
Southeast of Stanislau, the left wing
of General v. Pflanzer-Baltin’s army
advanced further against the
Dniester, continuously fighting.
Tysmieniza and Tlumacz were oc-
cupied. Desperate Russian attacks
against Zaleszcyki failed. Advanc-
ing eastward from the Bukovina,
the right wing of this army drove
the enemy from several strong posi-
tions on Russian territory and occu-
pied some Bessarabian villages.
Renewed Italian attacks at Plava failed.
small detachments. however. maintaining a
foothold on the eastern bank of the lsonzo.
Turkey: Gallipoli Peninsula-Dardanelles
After a number of futile night assaults. the
enemy ceased operations.
The British. after having advanced between
the Sanaga and the Njong. east of Eclea.
against Jaunde. retreated and were at-
tacked on the left Hank by a Gennan de-
tachment and lost considerable war mum-
tions and supplies.
French attacking columns were re-
peatedly dispersed by.art1lle1’Y 51'6-
In the evening two violent masse
attacks on both sides of the Loretto
Height and on the Neuvrlle-Roclim
court front were repulsed with
French sectional operations at Hebuteme
were without noteworthy result-
The entire net PI'0F99d5 5" t” the “:3:
children or German soldiers In the