1915, Ablain, Angres, Arras, August von Mackensen, Augustow, Belarus, Bethune, Brest Litowsk, civilian casualties, Denmark, France, Germany, Great Britain, HMS E13, Imperial German Navy, Liverpool, Neman, New York, Niemen, Novo-Georgiewsk, Poland, Royal Navy, Russia, Saltholm, sinking, SM U-24, SS Arabic, United States of America
Fall of Nowo Georgiewsk; Russians driven back between Augustowo and Osowiec and Germans across the Niemen east of Tykocin; von Mackensen drawing near to Brest Litowsk. Germans regain some of their lost trenches on the Ablain–Angres and Bethune-Arras roads. British submarine E 13, grounded on the Danish island of Saltholm in the Sound, shelled by a German destroyer and the crew fired upon while in the water. The White Star liner Arabic, Liverpool to New York, torpedoed and sunk by a German submarine; some American passengers drowned.