1914, Amsterdam, Austria, Austria-Hungary, contraband, Cuxhaven, France, Galicia, Germany, Great Britain, Imperial German Navy, Kaiser Wilhelm II, merchant shipping, Meuse, monarchy, Netherlands, Petrograd, Prince Henry of Prussia, prisoners of war, Russia, trade, United States of America
The United States Government addresses a Note to Great Britain on the subject of the treatment of American commerce. Lost trenches recovered on the heights of the Meuse. Petrograd Headquarters Staff announces that during the second half of this month the Russians have captured 50,000 Austrians. An Amsterdam message states that after receiving a report of the damage done at Cuxhaven the Kaiser is supposed to have given the supreme command of his battle fleet to Prince Henry of Prussia.