1914, Abercorn, Austria, Austria-Hungary, British Empire, casualties, Champagne, civilian casualties, First Battle of the Marne, Firth of Forth, France, German Empire, Germany, Great Britain, HMS Pathfinder, Imperial German Navy, Marne, Mbala, Miracle of the Marne, North Sea, Paris, Poland, Reims, Royal Navy, Russia, submarine, Tomaszow, Zambia
H.M.S. Pathfinder blown up by a submarine, 259 men lost. Wilson liner Runo blown up by a mine, 10 lives lost. Great Britain, France, and Russia agree not to treat for peace separately. German attack reported to have been diverted from Paris in an easterly direction. Reims taken by the Germans. German troops attack Abercorn, near Lake Tanganyika. Austrians defeated by Russians at Tomaszow.