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By L. Edward Purcell, David F. Burg

This Almanac of global battle I offers a daily account of the motion on all fronts and of the occasions surrounding the clash, from the weapons of August 1914 to the November 1918 Armistice and its bothered aftermath. day-by-day entries, topical descriptions, biographical sketches, maps, and illustrations mix to provide a prepared and succinct account of what was once occurring in all the imperative theaters of warfare.

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Gen. Liman von Sanders, head of the German ~ilitary Mission in Turkey, orders Enver Pasha to close the Dardanelles to shipping to and from Russia, a mortally crippling blow to that Allied nation's ability to sustain its economy and therefore its war effort. Tsingtao. Japanese troops attack the city's outer defenses, Cameroons. Planning a direct assault on Douala, General Dobell and Gen. Edmund H. Gorges, commander of the British land forces, board the Nigerian yacht Ivy for reconnaissance of a suitable landing site, While they watch, explosions rock the city and destroy the wireless station.

Ludendorff adopts it wholesale as it coincides with the thinking at OHL Tokyo. Japan declares war on Germany. Dinant, Belgium. General von Hausen, supposedly upset by what he regards as "perfidious" behavior by local civilians, has his troops round up men, women, and children and hold them captive in the city's main square. At evening the troops line up the captives at opposite edges of the square, men facing women. Firing squads at the center of the square execute them. The Gennans' victims total 612, including some infants.

At dawn, Maunoury's troops join battle with troops of Kluck 's • 25 First Army commanded by General von Linsingen. Kluck begins withdrawing corps from his center to reinforce his left defense against Maunoury. Near Esternay and Sezanne, troops under Generals d'Esperey and Foch attack Blilow's Second Army. 7 September 1914 Rebais. Kluck withdraws his IIIrd and IXth Corps from deployment with Blilow to reinforce his right, thus opening a gap of nearly thirty miles between his army and Blilow's. Maubeuge, France.

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