By L. Edward Purcell, David F. Burg
This Almanac of worldwide battle I offers a daily account of the motion on all fronts and of the occasions surrounding the clash, from the weapons of August 1914 to the November 1918 Armistice and its stricken aftermath. day-by-day entries, topical descriptions, biographical sketches, maps, and illustrations mix to offer a prepared and succinct account of what used to be occurring in all the vital theaters of struggle.
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Along with 30,000 horses and 315 field guns, begin to assemble for disembarkation to France. Heligoland. Ten U-boats commanded by Comdr. Hermann Bauer leave their base and head northward to search for British patrols. Messina. As night begins to fall, the Goeben and the Breslau leave port, pass through the straits, and enter open water. They feign a northeast eourse toward the Adriatic, but before midnight they shift to head southeastward. Ponape, Caroline Islands. Vice Adm. Count Maximilian von Spee, commander of the German East Asiatic Squadron, leaves port with three cruisers, the Scharnhorst, Gneisenau, and Niirnberg.
They encounter no opposition. 13 August 1914 Liege. After twenty-four hours of shelling, Fort Ponti sse falls to the Germans. Two other forts also surrender. 14 August 1914 Amiens, France. Sir John French, commander of the BEF, arrives. He is accompanied by Sir Archibald Murray, BEF chief of staff; Gen. Henry Hughes Wilson; and Colonel Huguet, the French liaison officer to the BEF. Liege. All the forts to the east and north of the city have fallen to the Germans; the First Army, under command of Gen.
Mackensen begins a measured withdrawal from engagement with the Russians near Warsaw. Cameroons. Dobel! launches an expedition to travel up the Nyong River to Dehane, from which he will march overland to attack Edea. 21 October ]914 Flanders. A reinspirited Sir John French sends Haig's corps along with two French divisions into battle north ofYpres, intending to break through to the coast. 22 October 1914 Flanders. A Gennan counterattack stymies • 31 Haig's advance. In their offensive against the Belgian army, German troops expand their bridgehead, slogging through swampy terrain and crossing the Yser near Tervaete.
Almanac of World War I by L. Edward Purcell, David F. Burg