1915, Alexandroupoli, Austria-Hungary, Black Sea, bombardment, Bulgaria, casualties, communications, Dedeagach, France, Galicia, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Imperial Russian Navy, Kumanovo, Nikolay Ivanov, Nis, Nish, Novo Alexinetz, occupation, Ottoman Empire, prisoners of war, Rabrovo, railway, Republic of Macedonia, Royal Navy, Russia, Salonika, Serbia, Strumnica, Strumnitza, Tarnopol, Ternopil, Thessaloniki, Ukraine, Varna
Ivanoff defeats the Austro-German forces at Novo Alexinetz, north of Tarnopol, taking 7,500 prisoners. Bulgarian attack on the Salonika–Nish railway progressing; 100 miles of line captured and Kumanovo occupied. Bulgarians repulsed by French troops near Rabrovo, south of Strumnitza. British Fleet bombards Dedeagatch; 1,000 Bulgarian soldiers killed. Russian Fleet bombards Varna.