- Arthur and Alice Ruth Armer
- Reginald Noel and Mildred Constance Davis (She served and died with French Red Cross)
- Henry Thomas and Mary Jane Flynn Gartside-Tipping
Bourlon Wood is evacuated by the British.
There are minor actions north of Jaffa and on the Jerusalem road. At El Burf when Turkish soldiers in a large number manage to crawl up within 30 yards of the British firing line and with bombs and automatic rifles are keeping down the fire of the British machine-guns, Second Lieutenant Stanley Henry Parry Boughey (Royal Scots Fusiliers) dies of wounds received three days earlier performing actions for which he will be awarded a posthumous Victoria Cross.
The 11th and 14th British Corps take over from the Italians the Montello sector of the Piave River front, with the French on their left. The Montello sector acts as a hinge to the entire Italian line, joining that portion facing north from Mt. Tomba to Lake Garda with the defensive line of the Piave River covering Venice, which is held by the Third Italian Army. The British troops in this sector will not be involved in any large operations, but they will carry out continuous patrol work across the Piave River, as well as much successful counter battery work. The Piave will prove to be a very serious obstacle, especially in the wintertime, the breadth opposite the British front being considerably over 1,000 yards and the current fourteen knots. Every form of raft and boat will be used, but wading will prove to be the most successful method of crossing, in spite of the icy coldness of the water.
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