The Great War:13 January

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Great War events that took place on 13 January.

1915 (Wednesday)[edit source | hide | hide all]

  • Germans recover all Hill 132, and take the heights of Vregny.
  • Russians advance on Lower Vistula and occupy Serpets north of Plotsk.
  • Battle of Kara Urgan (Armenia), which has lasted several days, continues desperately.
  • Turks occupy Tabriz (Persia).
  • Germans attack Jasin (German East Africa).
  • Resignation of Count Berchtold, Austro-Hungarian Minister for Foreign Affairs. He is succeeded by Baron Stephen Burian.
  • British War Council resolve that the Admiralty should prepare for a naval expedition in February against the Dardanelles (see 28 and 30 December, 1914).

1916 (Thursday)[edit source | hide]

1917 (Saturday)[edit source | hide]

1918 (Sunday)[edit source | hide]

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Various sources contemporary to the war have been used to compile The Great War:On This Day. The majority of events, additional notes and other appendices such as statistical data etc., have been primarily sourced from reprints of the following copyright-expired publications: The information in these works were correct at the time of their respective publication dates. In some instances the information may not accurately represent correct spelling of place names and geographical / political boundaries due to modern-day changes since the Armistice. All other sources have been referenced separately where appropriate.