1916, Admiral du Fournet, Alexandria, Allies, August von Mackensen, Bitola, Bucharest, Bulgaria, England, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Hill 1050, Imperial German Navy, King Constantine I, Konrad Krafft von Dellmensingen, Lowestoft, monarchy, Monastir Offensive, National Schism, Orsova, prisoners of war, Republic of Macedonia, Romania, Royal Navy, Rymnik, Serbia, sinking, Suffolk
Mackensen occupies Alexandria, 50 miles from Bukarest; on the left flank General Delmensingen captures Rymnik, making a local break in Rumanian line and taking 400 prisoners; Orsova army retiring to the south-east, 1,200 prisoners lost. Allied success north of Monastir; Serbs capture Hill 1,050. Admiral du Fournet interviews King Constantine and repeats his demands. German naval raid on Lowestoft; armed trawler, Narval, sunk.