Diary for Monday, November 29, 1915:
Gallipoli – Anzac bridgehead: Turk shells cause 262 casulaties at Lone Pine.
Kitchener in Paris. Sir J French in London sees Asquith but does not take hint to resign, fears friction with King if he becomes C-in-C Home Forces.
Despite Misic’s pleading for drive to Greece and Allies and news of Germany withdrawing 6 divisions, Serb Army commanders in conferences at Pec (and on December 1) keep to Albanian retreat, preparations too advanced.
Italian Front: Italian Second Army finally takes Oslavia ridge.
Black Sea: Minelayer sub UC13 runs aground and has to be abandoned.
Sweden: Belligerent submarines barred from territorial waters save in emergency on surface with flag.