1915, Amara, Baghdad, Battle of Loos, Champagne, finance, France, Germany, Great Britain, Iraq, Kut, Loos, Ottoman Empire, Persian Gulf, prisoners of war, Second Battle of Champagne, Tigris, Turkey, United States of America, weapons
Further British progress around Loos facing the German third line; total prisoners to date 3,000 and 21 guns, and 40 machine-guns. French progress in Champagne. Defeat of the Turks at Kut-el-Amara on the Tigris. They retreat towards Baghdad.
Terms of Anglo-French loan to United States settled; $500,000,000 Five-year Five per Cent. Bonds to be issued at 98.