1915, Allies, Austria-Hungary, Bamenda, British Empire, Bulgaria, Cameroon, Daugavpils, Dvinsk, France, German Empire, Germany, Illutsk, Ilukste, Isonzo, Italy, Kamerun, King George V, Latvia, monarchy, prisoners of war, Rabrovo, recruitment, Republic of Macedonia, Russia, Serbia, Skopje, Third Battle of the Isonzo, Uskub
Bulgarians occupy Uskub; Allied forces in touch with Bulgarians at Krivolak; Bulgarians again repulsed by French at Rabrovo. German success near Dvinsk; Illutsk stormed. General Italian advance; 1,000 prisoners taken on the Isonzo front. The King’s Message to his people; appeal to men of all classes to enlist. Bamenda in Cameroon taken.