WORLD WAR I 1916

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1. 9th October, 8th battle of the Isonzo

2. January

2.1. Austro-Hungarian Troops Attack Montenegro, 5th January

2.2. Battle of Mojkovac, 6th January

3. February

3.1. Siege of Mora Mountain August 1914 - February 1916

3.2. Battle of Verdun 21st February

3.2.1. Considered as the 'The Most Terrifying War of the Year'

4. March

4.1. Lake Naroch Offensive, 18th March

5. April

5.1. Easter Rising 24th April

5.1.1. 6 days of street fighting.

5.2. The Arab Revolt 29th April

5.2.1. Future independent Arab State.

6. May

6.1. Sykes Picot Agreement Signed 9th May

6.1.1. Divide Middle East to French zone, British Zone, International zone.

6.2. Battle of Asiago, 15th May

6.3. Battle of Jutland, 31st May

6.3.1. HMS Queen Mary explode after direct, with loss of 1,266 crew. HMS Lion under shellfire.

7. July

7.1. 1st July, Battle of the somme begins

7.1.1. - Britain and France launch their major summer offensive.                                                               - Fails to knock out German defences and British Infantry are cut down.                                           - British suffer 57,000 casualties & third of them killed.

8. June

8.1. Brusilov Offensive, 4th June

8.2. Battle of Mecca, 10th June

8.2.1. ‘The Big Push’

8.3. H.M.S Hampshire sunk, 5th June

8.3.1. H.M.S Hampshire sunk and route to Russia - 650 dead

8.4. Principe Umberto Sunk 8th June

8.4.1. 1900 dead

9. August

9.1. 27th August, Romanian Offensive into Transylvania

9.1.1. - Romania Joins Allies                                       - From German, Bulgarian and Astro-Hungarian forces.

9.2. 29th August, Battle of Verdun

9.2.1. - General Von Falkenhayn, Calls off the attack at Verdun.                                                                     - General Nivelle's promise - 'IIs ne passeront pas' (They shall not pass)                                                 - French Casualties: 365,000                         German Casualties: 336,000                                     - Bloodiest battles in human history

10. September

10.1. 12th September, Monastir Offensive

10.1.1. - Allied Force, launced their own offensive toward Monastir                                                 - Serbian troops in the lead

10.2. 15th September, Battle of Flers

10.2.1. - New weapons (the tank)

10.3. 14th September, 7th Battle of the Isonzo

10.4. 20th September, Brusilov Offensive Ends

10.4.1. - Russian Casualties: Estimated 1 million   Austro-Hungarian Casualties: Estimated 1.4 million

11. November

11.1. 1st November, 9th battle of the Isonzo

11.1.1. - Italian Casualties: 67,500                             Astro - Hungarian Casualties: 63,000

11.2. 18th November, Battle of the Somme Ends

11.2.1. - The Allies casualties: 600,000                       The Germans casualties: 450,000

11.3. 21st November, Austrian Emperor Franz Josef dies

12. October

13. December

13.1. 5th December, British Prime Minister Herbert Aquith resign

13.2. 13th December, General Joffre dismissed as French Commander-in-chief