Diary April 11, 1916

Units of the Serbian Army arrive in Salonika
Units of the Serbian Army arrive in Salonika, Greece.
Diary for Tuesday, April 11, 1916:

Southern Fronts

Corfu: Serb Army begins embarking for 4-day voyage to Salonika (all shipped until May 31) in Anglo­-French transports without being attacked once.

Western Front

Somme: British repel attack at La Boisselle (Albert).
Verdun: Germans repulsed in Douamont-Vaux sector, and next day west bank of Meuse.

African Fronts

East Africa: Germans blow up Uganda Railway near Maungu.

Home Fronts

Britain: Last German spy to be shot at the Tower.

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