1916, Athens, Austria-Hungary, Bitola, Bonar Law, British Prime Minister, Bucharest, Carpathians, Eleftherios Venizelos, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, H. H. Asquith, King George V, Lloyd George, Monastir, Monastir Offensive, Romania, Royal Navy, Russia
Mr. Asquith Resigns, following resignation of Mr. Lloyd George, who had failed to carry his point with the Premier, and threatened resignation of the Unionist leaders; the King sends for Mr. Bonar Law. Enemy advancing on Bukarest. Russians carry the commanding height of the Jablonica Pass. Serbian success north-east of Monastir. Messages from Athens describe reign of terror there and murder and torture of Venizelists. Admiral Sir Cecil Burney and Captain Lionel Halsey announced appointed Second and Fourth Sea Lords.