Diary December 10, 1916

Serbian artillery on the winter move
Serbian artillery on the winter move. The guns were drawn by oxen, as the roads were of poor quality and often impossible for motor vehicels.
World War One Diary for Sunday, December 10, 1916:

Southern Fronts

Serbia: Russo-Serb attacks against Hill 1050 fail (until December 11) against German Guard-Schuetzen Battalion.

Sea War

North Sea: Merchant U-boat Deutschland returns to river Weser.


Greece: Allies demand Greek demobilization and intercept King’s radio messages to Berlin.

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