1918, Aleksandar Malinov, Austria-Hungary, Batumi, Black Sea, Bulgaria, Bulgarian Prime Minister, Capo Sile, France, Georgia, Germany, Italy, Mozambique, Paul von Lettow-Vorbeck, Piave, Portuguese East Africa, Portuguese Empire, Poti, prisoners of war, Reims, Russia, Second Battle of the Piave River, Vasil Radoslavov
Further Austrian attempts to cross the Piave repulsed; the river in flood and many bridges washed away; Italians retake Capo Sile and more than 9,000 prisoners to date; German attack in Reims sector repulsed. Announced 3,000 German troops landed at Poti, north of Batum. Von Lettow Vorbeck moving south in Mozambique and approaching the coast. Resignation of M. Radoslavoff, Bulgarian Premier; succeeded by M. Malinoff.