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Diary October 26, 1915

German soldiers at the fountain a Serbian city
German soldiers at the fountain in a Serbian city. The ever further extension of the theaters of war led them to places that they might have hardly been known from hearsay before.
Diary for Tuesday, October 26, 1915:

Southern Fronts

Serbia: Germans troops link with Bulgars south of Danube.
Isonzo: Italians capture Globna and Zagora but lose latter.

Air War

Western Front: Observer Lt Hallam, hit in hand, lands a 10 Squadron BE2c after pilot uncon­scious from Fokker E attack.

Home Fronts

Britain: Asquith letter to Tory Lord Selborne predicts Field Marshals French’s replacement by Haig.

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