1916, Australia, Éamonn Ceannt, Battle of Kondoa Irangi, Battle of Verdun, Belgium, British Empire, civilian casualties, Con Colbert, Cote 304, Easter Rising, execution, France, German East Africa, German Empire, Germany, Great Britain, Imperial German Navy, Ireland, Kondoa Irangi, merchant shipping, Michael Mallin, Mozambique, New Zealand, Nhika, Portugal, Portuguese East Africa, Portuguese Empire, Rwanda, Seán Heuston, sinking, SM U-20, SS Cymric, submarine, Tanzania, Thiaumont Farm
Further German attacks on Hill 304 repulsed; French progress in region of Thiaumont Farm. War Office announce Australian and New Zealand troops in France. German rally in East Africa; they advance on Kondoa Irangi; Belgian advance into Ruanda progressing satisfactorily; German attack Nhika, Portuguese East Africa. White Star liner Cymric torpedoed, sinks in 11 hours; five of the crew killed. Four more Irish rebels shot.