August 1917

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The following events occurred in August 1917:

August 1, 1917 (Wednesday)[edit]

August 2, 1917 (Thursday)[edit]

August 3, 1917 (Friday)[edit]

August 4, 1917 (Saturday)[edit]

August 5, 1917 (Sunday)[edit]

August 6, 1917 (Monday)[edit]

August 7, 1917 (Tuesday)[edit]

August 8, 1917 (Wednesday)[edit]

August 9, 1917 (Thursday)[edit]

August 10, 1917 (Friday)[edit]

August 11, 1917 (Saturday)[edit]

August 12, 1917 (Sunday)[edit]

August 13, 1917 (Monday)[edit]

August 14, 1917 (Tuesday)[edit]

August 15, 1917 (Wednesday)[edit]

August 16, 1917 (Thursday)[edit]

August 17, 1917 (Friday)[edit]

August 18, 1917 (Saturday)[edit]

August 19, 1917 (Sunday)[edit]

August 20, 1917 (Monday)[edit]

August 21, 1917 (Tuesday)[edit]

August 22, 1917 (Wednesday)[edit]

August 23, 1917 (Thursday)[edit]

August 24, 1917 (Friday)[edit]

August 25, 1917 (Saturday)[edit]

August 26, 1917 (Sunday)[edit]

August 27, 1917 (Monday)[edit]

August 28, 1917 (Tuesday)[edit]

August 29, 1917 (Wednesday)[edit]

August 30, 1917 (Thursday)[edit]

August 31, 1917 (Friday)[edit]

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