1916, air raid, Alfred Milner, Allies, Aristide Briand, Arthur Balfour, Arthur Henderson, Austria-Hungary, Bonar Law, British Prime Minister, communications, demobilization, Edward Carson, Eleftherios Venizelos, First Lord of the Admiralty, Foreign Minister, France, French Prime Minister, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Lloyd George, Lord Curzon, Lord Derby, Minister of War, National Schism, Ploesti, railway, retreat, Romania, Royal Navy, Urziceni
Rumanian retreat continues; enemy take Urziceni, 20 miles east of Ploesti. Allied Note to Greece; complete demobilization, restoration of Allied control of posts, telegraphs, and railways and release of Venizelists demanded. Air raids on Zeebrugge. New Ministry complete; Mr. Lloyd George, Lord Curzon, Lord Milner, and Mr. Henderson to form the War Cabinet, Mr. Bonar Law to lead the House of Commons, Lord Derby, Minister of War; Sir Edward Carson, First Lord of the Admiralty; and Mr. Balfour, Foreign Minister. Changes in French Ministry; M. Briand remains Premier with smaller War Council.