1916, assassination, August von Mackensen, Austria-Hungary, Austrian Prime Minister, Battle of the Ancre Heights, Battle of the Somme, Bulgaria, Carpathians, Chaulnes, Dobrudja, France, Germany, Great Britain, Imperial German Navy, Karl von Sturgkh, Le Sars, North Sea, Regina Redoubt, retreat, Romania, Royal Navy, Russia, Schwaben Redoubt, Stuff Redoubt, submarine
British attack on 5,000 yard front between Schwaben Redoubt and Le Sars; line advanced 300 to 500 yards and Stuff and Regina Redoubts carried. French gain a footing in the Chaulnes Woods. Mackensen‘s success in Dobrudja; Russo-Rumanian forces in retreat. Enemy across the frontier in the Predeal Pass. Admiralty announces British submarine torpedoes German light cruiser of the Kolberg class in the North Sea. Count Sturgkh, Austrian Premier, murdered.