April 1917

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The following events occurred in April 1917:

The Battle of Vimy Ridge, painting by Richard Jack.

Sunday, April 1, 1917Edit

Monday, April 2, 1917Edit

Tuesday, April 3, 1917Edit

Wednesday, April 4, 1917Edit

Thursday, April 5, 1917Edit

 
Aeriel shot of the defunct Hindenburg Line at Bullecourt, France 1920.

Friday, April 6, 1917Edit

Saturday, April 7, 1917Edit

Sunday, April 8, 1917Edit

Monday, April 9, 1917Edit

 
British gun crew in action during Battle of Arras.
 
Canadian machine gun squad at the Battle of Vimy Ridge.

Tuesday, April 10, 1917Edit

Wednesday, April 11, 1917Edit

Thursday, April 12, 1917Edit

 
Senussi rebel leader Sayed Ahmed

Friday, April 13, 1917Edit

Saturday, April 14, 1917Edit

 
A British machine gun post near Feuchy.

Sunday, April 15, 1917Edit

Monday, April 16, 1917Edit

 
French infantry advance on the Chemin des Dames line during the Second Battle of the Aisne.

Tuesday, April 17, 1917Edit

 
French trench in the rear during the Battle of the Hills.

Wednesday, April 18, 1917Edit

Thursday, April 19, 1917Edit

 
Ottoman machine gun corps defending Gaza against the British.
  • Battle of the Hills – French forces captured the commune of Aubérive, France from the Germans.[94]
  • Second Battle of Gaza – The Egyptian Expeditionary Force failed to breach Ottoman defenses out of Gaza. With the cost heavy at 6,444 casualties and ammo running low, the attack was called off.[95] Commander-in-Chief General Archibald Murray and Lieutenant-General Charles Macpherson Dobell were dismissed as a result and the stalemate in Southern Palestine began.[96]
  • U.S. Army transport ship Mongolia fired the first American shots in anger in World War I when her gun crew drove off a German U-boat in the English Channel seven miles southeast of Beachy Head, England.ref>"Mongolia". Dictionary of American Naval Fighting Ships. Navy Department, Naval History and Heritage Command. Retrieved 2017-04-25.</ref>[97]
  • The All-Ukrainian National Congress was established in Kiev.[98]
  • German cruiser SMS Seeadler was destroyed in an accidental explosion after it was stripped down to a hulk in Wilhelmshaven, Germany. No casualties were reported but the wreck was never salvaged.[99]
  • Born: John Bushemi, American photographer, best known for his war photography during the Asiatic-Pacific Theater of World War II, in Centerville, Iowa (d. 1944, killed in action)
  • Died: Georgina Hogarth, English literary editor, adviser and sister-in-law to Charles Dickens and editor of two volumes of his letters (b. 1827)

Friday, April 20, 1917Edit

Saturday, April 21, 1917Edit

Sunday, April 22, 1917Edit

 
Bulgarian soldiers observing the enemy's position during the Battle of Doiran.

Monday, April 23, 1917Edit

Tuesday, April 24, 1917Edit

Wednesday, April 25, 1917Edit

Thursday, April 26, 1917Edit

Friday, April 27, 1917Edit

Saturday, April 28, 1917Edit

Sunday, April 29, 1917Edit

 
French General Robert Nivelle

Monday, April 30, 1917Edit

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