1915, Anting, Arthur Balfour, Bonar Law, British Prime Minister, Bulgaria, Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, France, Germany, Greece, H. H. Asquith, Kemmern, Latvia, Lloyd George, National Schism, occupation, Republic of Macedonia, Riga, Russia, Serbia, Veles, Winston Churchill
Russian success west of Riga; Kemmern and Anting occupied. Bulgarian attacks on French positions south of Veles repulsed. Greek Chamber dissolved; new elections to be held on December 19. Mr. Asquith announces composition of the War Committee of the Cabinet, in the absence of Lord Kitchener, to consist of Messrs. Asquith, Lloyd George, Balfour, Bonar Law, and McKenna. Mr. Churchill resigns his position as Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster.