1915, Belarus, British Consul, cereal, Dardanelles, France, Germany, gold, Great Britain, Grodno, Iran, Isfahan, Lithuania, occupation, Orany, Ottoman Empire, Paris, Persia, prisoners of war, Romania, Royal Navy, Russia, sinking, submarine, T. J. Graham, trade, Turkey, Vilna, Vilnius
Fall of Grodno after a house-to-house fight; 400 prisoners taken by the Germans. Fierce fighting at Orany between Grodno and Vilna. Rumanian Government stops further export of cereals and transit of gold through the country. Paris communiqué announces four Turkish transports sunk by British submarines in the Dardanelles. Unrest in Persia due to German intrigues; the British Consul-General at Ispahan attacked and wounded.