In todays' Daily Telegraph; The ongoing situation in the Balkans still led the war reporting, but there was little else of great note to report at present on the other fronts; and the biggest news at home, aside from an improving George V, was the Government being expected to ask for a vote of credit of £250 million (page 9) on what was a relatively quiet day.
Also in today’s paper:
- “The success of the British Fleet is proving embarrassing. We have the seas at our command” claims Archibald Hurd in his latest naval analysis on page 8
- The Prime Minister and the Censor are among those criticised by peers in the House of Lords – page 9
- Ellis Ashmead-Bartlett recounts the tale of the sinking of HMS Majestic off the Dardanelles, and being on it at the time can give a “personal narrative” of what happened – page 11 - A plan to provide flats for servicemen disabled in the war and their families is outlined on page 13