1916, Alexander Spitzmuller, August von Mackensen, Austria, bombardment, Bucharest, Buzeu, Carpathians, Ernest von Korber, Germany, Great Britain, Hai, Halicz, Iraq, Kut, Ottoman Empire, Ploesti, Romania, Russia, Sanna-i-Yat, Second Battle of Kut, Tchernavoda, Tigris, Turkey
Rumania, south of Bukarest-Tchernavoda line in Mackensen‘s hands; Russian cavalry supporting Rumanian centre along Ploesti-Buzeu road. Fighting near the Jablonica Pass and north of Halicz. British resume the offensive towards Kut; they advance through the abandoned Es Sinn position to the Hai River and bombard Sanna-i-Yat on the other bank of the Tigris. Austrian Cabinet of Dr. von Körber resigns; Dr. von Spitzmüller succeeds him.