Diary for Monday, July 19, 1915:
Foch’s note to GQG urges ‘precise and defined objectives’ for future attacks.
Flanders: British mine redoubt at Hooge and occupy it, but two more attacks fail on July 22. German attack on July 24 fails also.
North Cameroons: Allies occupy Tingere and repel 154 German soldiers on July 23.
Adriatic: German UC13 reaches Pola by rail and is assembled as cargo submarine.
Anglo-Netherlands Overseas Trust Agreement.
Britain: Government insurance against air and naval bombardment begins. Kent training scheme for leisured ladies to do weekend munitions work.