1916, Adrianople, aeroplanes, air raid, Allies, Athens, Austria-Hungary, blockade, bombardment, Bonar Law, Boris Sturmer, Buzeu, Edirne, evacuation, Foreign Minister, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, H. H. Asquith, Jalomitza, National Schism, Nikolai Pokrovsky, Ottoman Empire, peace, reparation, retreat, Romania, Royal Naval Air Service, Royal Navy, Russia, Thessaly, Turkey
Rumanians evacuate Buzeu and retire from the line of the Jalomitza. Allied ultimatum to Greece; withdrawal of entire Greek force from Thessaly demanded; the blockade to be continued till full reparation is made for unprovoked attacks on Allies in Athens. Naval aeroplanes bombard Kuleli-Burgas bridge, south of Adrianople. Mr. Bonar Law, referring to German peace proposals, reiterates Mr. Asquith’s statement:- “The Allies require that there shall be adequate reparation for the past and adequate security for the future.” M. Pokrovsky appointed Minister for Foreign Affairs in Russia in succession to M. Stürmer.