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Leopold of Bavaria:
The left wing under v. Woyrsch attacked the
bridgeheads of the upper Zelvianka. while the
Austrians on the right wing. commanded by
v. Arz. advanced against the enemy positions
east of the Rozanka; they approached the
town of Kossov.
v. Maclzenun: The Jasiolda-Pripel Sector
The enemy retreated between the Kossov sta-
tion (on the Brest Litovslc-Baranoviczi rail-
road) and the Dniester-Bug Canal. pursued
by v. Maclzensenis troops.
Von Puhallo drove the Russians beyond the
lowlands of the Stubiel. west of Rovno. The
right wing of v. Boehm-Ermolli's army forced
the enemy southeastward toward Zbaraz.
Count Bothiner's Austrian troops repulsed
several attacks near Tarnopol; German troops
stormed a village southeast of Tarnopol; the
Russians, heavily reinforced. resumed the
counter-offensive in the Trembovla-Czortlrov
The Balkans! Tlie Adriatic Sea
The French submarine “Papin" damaged an
The Serbians refused to comply with Italy's
demands to evacuate Durazzo. which they
Italian Front: Isonzo
The Italians directed their attempts to pierce
the Austro-Hungarian line before the begin.-
ning of the winter mainly against-the northern
sector of the Isonzo-front’. Severatviolent at-
On September 10,
. a German naval dirigible successfully at-
tacks against the Tolmein bridgehead broke
down with severe losses.
In the northwestern frontier province of Pe-
shawar the rebels forced British troops to
tacked and shelled the Russian naval base
Baltischport. on the Gulf of F inland. and its
The Kotra-Niemen-Zelvianka Sector
The Russians attempted stubborn counter-
drives along the Kotra and the Zelvianka, but
attacks by the armies of v. Schultz and v.
Gallwitz in the eastern Kotra-Niemen and the
Niemen-Zelvianka angles made further prog-
Leopold of Bavaria: The Upper
Further gains were made. despite stubborn re-
sistance by the enemy. between the Volkovyslc-
Slonim and Brest Litovslt-Baranoviczi rail-
ways: the left wing forced several crossings of
the Zelvianka; the right wing captured a vil-
lage west of the town of Kossov and attacked
the station of Kossov to the southeast thereof.
Northwest of Rovno, v. Puhallo occupied Dc-
razno. on the Goryn. Count Bothmefs left
wing repulsed violent attacks. inllicting severe
losses on the enemy: his right Wing W33 ‘Will’
drawn to the heights east of the Strypa before
superior enemy forces; Heavy fighting W351“
progress’ at Czortlcov, on the heights west of
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