Diary December 14, 1915

Sultan Msinga of Rwanda with his Cadet Corps
Sultan Msinga of Rwanda with his Cadet Corps, which is fighting for the Germans in East Africa.
Diary for Tuesday, December 14, 1915:

African Fronts

East Africa: Strong memo of Kitchener against offensive overruled. British troops reformed in 2 divisions on December 16.

Western Front

Paris and Berlin communiques agree that no important events had occurred (according to The Times, December 15).

Southern Fronts

Salonika: Allies decide on line of defence for Salonika up to 14 miles inland, work begins on December 16.

Air War

North Sea: RNAS Nieuport and German seaplane (trying to bomb stranded British steamer) shoot each other down.


Bulgar and Greek Gen Staffs agree on temporary frontier neutral zone.

Home Fronts

Britain: Prime Minister Asquith refuses to reduce ministerial salaries.

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