1914, Algeria, Annaba, attack, Belgium, bombardment, Bona, France, French Colonial Empire, Germany, Grand Fleet, Great Britain, Imperial German Navy, Liege, Mediterranean, North Africa, Ottoman Empire, Sir John Jellicoe, Skikda, SMS Goeben
Ultimatum sent by Great Britain to Germany demanding an assurance that the neutrality of Belgium shall be respected. Germans attack Liége. Mobilization of the British Army. War declared by Great Britain on Germany at 11 p.m. London time. The Goeben bombards Bona and Philippeville. Sir John Jellicoe takes command of the Grand Fleet. Ottoman Government begins to mobilize.