1914, Allies, Austria, Austria-Hungary, Belgrade, Boer, British Empire, British Prime Minister, Champagne, Dominions, East Africa, Egypt, First Battle of the Marne, France, General Botha, German Empire, German Guards Corps, German South-West Africa, Germany, H. H. Asquith, Malawi, Marne, Miracle of the Marne, Poland, Prussian Guard, recruitment, Russia, Semlin, Serbia, Servia, South Africa, Territorial Force, Tomaszow, Zemun
German retreat continues with considerable loss. Prussian Guard fails to break Allied line at Vitry le François. General Botha announces dispatch of forces to operate against German South-West Africa. Governor of Nyasaland announces repulse of German invasion. Prime Minister reports that recruits up to September 9, exclusive of Territorials, number 439,000 since outbreak of war. German and Austro-Hungarian Consular officials expelled from Egypt. Semlin taken by Serbians. Tomaszow captured by Russians.