Diary November 6, 1916


German sailors take aim for mines
German sailors take aim for mines – the U-boats’ most dangerous enemy.
World War One Diary for Monday, November 6, 1916:

Sea War

Black Sea: Coastal submarine UB45 mined off Varna, UC15 also lost to unknown cause in November. UB46 mined off Bosphorus on December 7.
Eastern Mediterranean: UB43 (Mellenthin) torpedoes and sinks P&O a armed liner Arabic (11 crew lost) off Cape Matapan.

Eastern Front

Bukovina: Russian general Lechitski success in two passes south of Dorna Watra against Austrian troops, but Central Power
reinforcements stall the advance.

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