Diary for Monday, Septenmber 20, 1915:
East Africa – Action of Longido, just west across German border: 80 dug-in German soldiers repel 450 British. King’s African Rifles carry flag in action for last time (probably last time for any British troops).
Aisne: French consolidate hold on Aisne-Marne canal.
Alsace: French advance at Hartmannsweilerkopf.
Italian Front: Heavy fighting on Plezzo and Carso sectors.
Serbia: British Military Attache reports more than usual troop and train movements beyond rivers and steady increase in Austro-German forces.
Hungary: Field Marshal Mackensen secretly sets up his Headquarter at Timisoara.
Hamilton’s second Gallipoli dispatch (from August 26 and covering May 5-30) published.
Five Swedish banks announce Kr 40 million loan to Germany for coal. German-Danish trade agreement (September 24).
Australia: NSW Compulsory Service League formed.