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Diary September 10, 1915

German 21-cm steel mortar
German 21-cm steel mortar at the front.
Diary for Friday, September 10, 1915:

Western Front

Flanders: German artillery shells Ramscapelle and Skenstraate.

Southern Fronts

Greece: Greek officers summoned to Athens.

Middle East

Aden: Indian 28th Brigade leaves for Mesopotamia; Brig­ade-General Price GOC, regains Waht on September 25.

Sea War

North Sea: Harwich and Rosyth forces escort 3 minelayers laying 3 fields west and northwest of Amrum Bank.

Occupied countries

Poland: Germans suppress Polish law courts.


Sweden: ­Disguised British Stockholm Telgrambyra Bureau set up.

Home Fronts

Britain: Churchill asks Asquith if he can leave Government and command brigade on Western Front, Kitchener prevents it on September 13.

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