1915, Austria-Hungary, Baltic, Belgrade, Borkowitz, Bulgaria, Charles Monro, Chartoryisk, communications, Daugava, Dvina, Edward Carson, Germany, Imperial German Navy, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Obrenovatz, railway, Riga, Royal Navy, Russia, Sava, Save, Serbia, Styr, submarine, Ukraine, Vrania, Vranje
German advance on Riga; Borkowitz on the Dvina captured. Heavy fighting on the Styr; Russian success at Chartoryisk. Austro-German troops 20 miles south of Belgrade; Obrenovatz on the Save taken. Fierce fighting between Bulgars and Serbs at Vrania; 20 miles of railway line in the hands of the Bulgarians. Italy declares war against Bulgaria. Two German steamers torpedoed by a British submarine in the Baltic. General Sir C. C. Monro appointed to the command of the Mediterranean Expeditionary Force in succession to General Sir Ian Hamilton. Sir Edward Carson resigns from the Cabinet.