Wednesday 3 November 1915 – We Lost 244
The newly constituted War Committee of the Cabinet, which replaces the Dardanelles Committee, holds it first meeting.
The steamer Woolwich is sunk 40 miles east southeast of Ceuta Crete carrying a cargo of phosphate and tin. The German submarine U35 will sink her with gunfire after removing the crew. The German laid the mines that sank the hospital ship Marquette last month.
A combined British-French force takes Tibati Cameroon.
Today’s losses include:
- The son of a member of the clergy
Today’s highlighted casualties include:
- Second Lieutenant Cuthbert George Llewellin Allen (Royal Engineers) dies of wounds at age 32. He is the son of the Reverend Charles Llewellin Allen.