1915, Bulgaria, Friedrich von Scholtz, Germany, invasion, Johann Heinrich von Bernstorff, Max von Gallwitz, Narew, Nis, Poland, Romania, Russia, Serbia, sinking, SS Arabic, Tykocin, United States of America
Von Scholtz across the Narew east of Tykocin, and von Gallwitz further south. Final secret sitting of the Serbian Skupshtina at Nish recognizes “the sacrifices indispensable for the protection of the vital interests of our people”; supposed German plans to invade Serbia via Bulgaria. German troops reported concentrated at Brasso, opposite the Rumanian frontier. Count Bernstorff‘s apology to the United States re the sinking of the Arabic.