1916, Austria-Hungary, Battle of the Arges, bombardment, British Prime Minister, Bucharest, Bulgaria, Dobrudja, Funchai, Germany, Great Britain, Grunishta, H. H. Asquith, Imperial German Navy, King George V, Madeira, Monastir, Monastir Offensive, Portugal, Republic of Macedonia, Romania, Serbia, submarine, Tirgovisten, Titu
German victory on the River Arges; Tirgovisten taken; 1st Rumanian Army defeated and driven beyond Titu; Rumanian Army south-west of Bukarest driven back; furious fighting in Dobrudja. Serbian advance north-east of Monastir; heights north of Grunishta carried. German submarines bombard the Portuguese port of Funchai, Madeira. Mr. Asquith agrees to reconstruction of Cabinet and so advises the King.