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The following events occurred in September 1917:

Contents

September 1, 1917 (Saturday)Edit

September 2, 1917 (Sunday)Edit

September 3, 1917 (Monday)Edit

September 4, 1917 (Tuesday)Edit

September 5, 1917 (Wednesday)Edit

September 6, 1917 (Thursday)Edit

September 7, 1917 (Friday)Edit

September 8, 1917 (Saturday)Edit

  • Battle of Mărășești – Romanian and Russian forces successfully held off a massive German offensive on the Siret River near Mărășești Romania, resulting in an estimated 60,000 to 65,000 enemy casualties. The Allies suffered 53,060 casualties including 12,208 killed, 22,867 wounded, and 17,985 missing.[45]
  • Battle of Verdun – French forces captured several German trenches before counter-battery from enemy artillery forced the attack to be called off.[46]

September 9, 1917 (Sunday)Edit

September 10, 1917 (Monday)Edit

September 11, 1917 (Tuesday)Edit

September 12, 1917 (Wednesday)Edit

September 13, 1917 (Thursday)Edit

September 14, 1917 (Friday)Edit

September 15, 1917 (Saturday)Edit

September 16, 1917 (Sunday)Edit

September 17, 1917 (Monday)Edit

September 18, 1917 (Tuesday)Edit

September 19, 1917 (Wednesday)Edit

September 20, 1917 (Thursday)Edit

September 21, 1917 (Friday)Edit

September 22, 1917 (Saturday)Edit

September 23, 1917 (Sunday)Edit

September 24, 1917 (Monday)Edit

September 25, 1917 (Tuesday)Edit

September 26, 1917 (Wednesday)Edit

September 27, 1917 (Thursday)Edit

September 28, 1917 (Friday)Edit

September 29, 1917 (Saturday)Edit

September 30, 1917 (Sunday)Edit

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