Diary for Saturday, April 10, 1915:
Carpathians: Ivanov halts offensive in spring thaw but continues southwest of Rostoki Pass until April 16 where counter-attacks repulsed on April 18-19. Russians take Height 1002 on April 21.
Austrian CoS Conrad to Emperor’s military cabinet head: ‘I cannot at all express how distasteful is the infiltration with German troops, but the heart has to follow the head’.
Dardanelles: Hamilton decides on maximum Gallipoli landings. Main troop convoy assembly (April 15-22).
Cameroons: 1,600 Allied soldiers in preliminary advance on Yaunde, take river Kele bridges on April 14.
France: Government recognizes Russian claims to Constantinople.