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BerichtGeplaatst: 09 Sep 2006 11:15    Onderwerp: 9 september Reageer met quote

1914
Die Kämpfe im Westen
Die Beute von Reims
Die Lage in Paris
Der Zustand Belgiens
Besetzung der Walfischbai durch die Deutschen

1915
Siegreicher Angriff in den Argonnen
Zeppelinangriff auf die Londoner Docks
Die Festung Dubno genommen

1916
Deutsch-türkischer Erfolg im Dnjestr-Gebiet
Beschießung von Mangalia durch ein Unterseeboot
Kämpfe mit der rumänische Karpathenarmee
Der bulgarische Siegeszug in der Dobrudscha

1917
Der große französische Angriff vor Verdun gescheitert
Fliegerangriff auf Lahr

1918
Feindlicher Angriff zwischen Ailette und Aisne abgewiesen
Vergebliche englische Angriffe an der Straße Péronne-Cambrai
Türkische Erfolge gegen die Rebellen

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BerichtGeplaatst: 09 Sep 2006 11:18    Onderwerp: Reageer met quote

Es geschah am September 9....


01-09-1915
U 41 in Dienst gestellt.

01-09-1918
Peronne von australischen Truppen eingenommen.

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BerichtGeplaatst: 09 Sep 2006 11:21    Onderwerp: Reageer met quote

Claims op 9 september.

1 1915 Oswald BoelckeGermany #3
2 1916 Ernest FootEngland #1 #2
3 1916 René DormeFrance #9
4 1916 René DormeFrance u/c
5 1916 Oswald BoelckeGermany #22
6 1916 Mikhail SafonovRussia #1
7 1917 Joseph FallCanada #17
8 1917 Emerson SmithCanada #2 #3
9 1917 George TrappCanada #4
10 1917 Richard HillEngland #2
11 1917 John MilneEngland #8
12 1917 Arthur Rhys DavidsEngland #18
13 1917 Harold StackardEngland #7
14 1917 Edward WilliamsEngland #1
15 1917 Edward WilliamsEngland #1
16 1917 Friedrich AltemeierGermany #6
17 1917 Paul BäumerGermany #4
18 1917 Ernst HessGermany #12
19 1917 Fritz KosmahlGermany #7
20 1917 Erich LöwenhardtGermany #4
21 1917 Julius SchmidtGermany #14
22 1917 Rudolf WendelmuthGermany #7
23 1917 Lovell BakerIreland #2
24 1917 Keith ParkNew Zealand #14
25 1918 Roy McConnellCanada #7
26 1918 Ludwig LuerGermany #2

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BerichtGeplaatst: 09 Sep 2006 13:00    Onderwerp: Reageer met quote

1914: U.S. Secretary of State Lansing demands recall of Austro-Hungarian ambassador

On September 9, 1914, in a letter written to the government of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, United States Secretary of State Robert Lansing demands the recall of Constantin Dumba, the Austro-Hungarian ambassador in Washington, D.C.

At the time, barely one month after the outbreak of World War I, the United States was neutral in the great struggle between the Allied and Central Powers, the latter of which included Austria-Hungary. Dumba, who had served as his country’s ambassador to the U.S. since May 1913, had earlier fallen out of favor with his colleagues in Washington on account of his government’s policy of offering "rehabilitation" to former Austro-Hungarian citizens living abroad who had previously fled their mandatory military service, provided they agreed to serve with the army for the duration of the war upon their return to Austria-Hungary. Despite Dumba’s diplomatic efforts, Vienna’s policy was seen by many as a violation of the U.S. policy of neutrality, which strictly forbade any U.S. citizen (no matter how long they had resided in the country) from actively taking sides in the war.

The so-called "Dumba Affair" was much more serious, and resulted in the ambassador’s dismissal by the government of President Woodrow Wilson in the fall of 1915. Lansing’s letter charged Dumba with espionage, stating that the ambassador had proposed to his government "plans to instigate strikes in American manufacturing plants engaged in the production of munitions of war." According to the secretary of state, Dumba admitted to having written a letter containing such a proposal and sending it to his own government via an American citizen, James Archibald, who was intercepted in England; the letter was handed over to the U.S. government. As a result of this treachery, Lansing stated, "Mr. Dumba is no longer acceptable to the Government of the United States as the Ambassador of his Imperial Majesty at Washington."

Upon Dumba’s return to Vienna, he was made a member of the nobility. Though the Austro-Hungarian government claimed it was honoring the former ambassador for his service in Washington under times of extreme duress, the British press went wild, claiming that Austria-Hungary was clearly rewarding him for his espionage efforts.

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BerichtGeplaatst: 09 Sep 2011 5:57    Onderwerp: Reageer met quote

SEPTEMBER 9, 1914

The Belgian Front.
==The Belgians’ second sortie from Antwerp, to Sep.13 - the Kaiser orders German forces to take Antwerp

The First Battle of the Marne - The Far Northwestern, BEF and Northwestern Fronts.
==British cavalry begins to cross the Marne [530.AM] - most of the BEF is well over the river in force [800.AM] - French 5th Army shifts right to aid Foch’s hard-pressed 9th Army, loosing the opportunity to strengthen the BEF’s advance [morning] - without consulting OHL, Bülow announces that 2nd Army is retreating [morning]; his troops begin to withdraw by midday: the German right wing begins to fall back; THE GERMANS EFFECTIVELY LOOSE THE BATTLE OF THE MARNE AND LOOSE HOPE OF A QUICK VICTORY - Kluck orders 1st Army’s hard-pressed center and left to pull back till they’re facing south [morning] - OHL envoy Hentsch arrives at 1st Army headquarters [late morning]; 1st Army’s retreat is initiated - 1st Army’s retreat causes the counter-attack against the weakened French 6th Army near Paris to be broken off [200.PM] - the BEF and French 5th Army have come to a standstill [mid-afternoon], loosing their chance to break the German line

The First Battle of the Marne - The Central Front.
==Foch’s battered 9th Army is thrown back at Mondement and Mont Août [morning] - after learning that 2nd Army is retiring, Hausen reluctantly orders 3rd Army’s right wing to begin to retreat [~midday] - desperate French counterattacks at Mondement and Mont Août are repelled [afternoon] - the Germans abandon Mondement [evening] and begin to retreat from Foch’s 9th Army
==French 4th and 3rd Armies are again subjected to desperate German attacks

Alsace.
==The French occupy three villages west of Mulhouse

The First Battle of the Marne - German Headquarters (OHL).
==Moltke futilely orders that attacks by the German center and left continue, even as the German right is starting to fall back [night]
==The despairing Moltke writes his wife: “Things are going badly, the battles east of Paris will not be decided in our favor… The war which began with such good hopes will in the end go against us… We shall be crushed in the fight against East and West… Our campaign is a cruel disillusion. And we shall have to pay for all the destruction which we have done.” [night]

===> http://cnparm.home.texas.net/Wars/Marne/Marne05.htm
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BerichtGeplaatst: 06 Sep 2012 20:51    Onderwerp: The 1st Battalion Middlesex Regiment, 9 September 1914 Reageer met quote

The Battle of the Marne, 7th-10th September 1914

9th September 1914


Neither on the 9th nor on the 10th September were the 1st and 4th Battalions Middlesex Regiment engaged with the enemy. On the former date at 7 a.m. the 1st Battalion was relieved in its holding positions by the Cameronians, and retired half a mile S. to a covered position, where all ranks rested until 7 p.m. Here 89 men, some who had been "missing" after the Battle of Le Cateau and others discharged from hospital, rejoined. A move was then made to Les Corbiers, where the Battalion bivouacked, the remainder of the 19th Brigade (less the Cameronians) going on to Jouarre.

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