1914, Allies, Australia, Australian Naval and Military Expeditionary Force, Bismarck Archipelago, British Empire, casualties, Champagne, Dominions, First Battle of the Marne, First Lord of the Admiralty, France, German Empire, German New Guinea, Germany, Great Britain, Indonesia, Luneville, Marne, Miracle of the Marne, New Guinea, Ottoman Empire, Papua New Guinea, retreat, Turkey, Winston Churchill
German retreat in Champagne continues. Reinforcements hurried south from the Army of Occupation in Belgium. French recover Lunéville. The Porte announces the “abolition of the Capitulations.” Mr. Churchill‘s speech at the London Opera House. 4th British casualty list issued 3,588 – Total to date 18,729. An Australian expedition captures the German headquarters for the New Guinea and Bismarck Archipelago Protectorate.