1916, Alexandros Zaimis, Allies, Austria-Hungary, Battle of Mecca, Battle of Verdun, Bois Chenois, Bois Fumin, Brusilov Offensive, Bukowina, Chernivtsi, Czernowitz, demobilization, fortress, France, Germany, Grand Sherif of Mecca, Greece, Greek Prime Minister, Hussein bin Ali, Jeddah, Mecca, Mort Homme, Ottoman Empire, police, Radauti, Radautz, Romania, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Stephanos Skouloudis, Taif, Triple Entente, Turkey, Ukraine, Vaux
Russian advance in Bukovina; Radautz 30 miles south of Czernovitz occupied. German attacks on slopes of Mort Homme and west and south of Vaux Fort; some French advanced positions between Fumin and Chenois woods penetrated. Mecca, Jeddah, and Taif reported captured from the Turks by the Grand Sherif of Mecca. Allied note to Greece; demobilization of the army, a new Government, fresh elections, and dismissal of anti-Entente police officials and others demanded; demands accepted; the Skouloudis Ministry resigns, and M. Zaimis forms a new Cabinet.