November 1914

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The following events occurred in November 1914:

November 1, 1914 (Sunday)[edit]

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November 13, 1914 (Friday)[edit]

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November 18, 1914 (Wednesday)[edit]

  • Battle of Kolubara — Austro-Hungarian forces began an assault on the Serbian town of Lazarevac, which would provide a strategic launching spot for a siege on Belgrade to the north.[105]
  • Battle of Łódź — Russian and German forces clashed near Łódź, Poland in bitter winter conditions, even though both armies were still outfitted in summer clothing.[106] A damaged bridge forced German forces to locate an alternative crossing over the Vistula River, and mixed orders caused some units to halt while other advanced too far, spreading out forces thinly. With a large contingent of German troops in danger of being surrounded, Russia ordered trains to the front to anticipate capturing up to 20,000 prisoners (in actuality, there was only a German force of 11,000).[107]
  • Mexican Revolution — Mexican revolutionary leaders Pancho Villa and Emiliano Zapata advanced on Mexico City after Venustiano Carranza publicly refused to step down from his presidential seat.[108]
  • Battle of Cape Sarych — German battleship SMS Goeben, now the Yavuz for the Ottoman Navy, along with its sister ship SMS Breslau, now the Midilli, engaged with ships with the Russian Black Sea Fleet off the Crimean coast. The Yavuz exchanged fire with the Russian battleship Evstafi, with the Black Sea Fleet warship scoring a hit that killed 13 crew and wounding three more. However, Yavuz scored more devastating hits on Evstafi, killing 34 Russian crew and wounding another 24, forcing the ship and the rest of the fleet to retreat.[109]
  • German General Friedrich Freiherr Kress von Kressenstein was appointed Chief of Staff to the Ottoman Fourth Army upon arrival to Constantinople and would lead the Raid on the Suez Canal in 1915.[110]
  • Admiral Alfred von Tirpitz, Secretary of State for the German Imperial Navy, advocated massed Zeppelin attacks on London in a letter: "The English are now in terror of the Zeppelin, perhaps not without reason ... one could set fire to London in thirty places, then what in a small way is odious would retire before something fine and powerful."[111]
  • Karolina Kózka, a 16-year-old girl who fully committed to her Catholic faith, died while resisting an attempted rape by a Russian soldier near her village of Wał-Ruda, Poland. Kózka was stabbed several times by a bayonet and died from her wounds after escaping. Because of her strong religious faith and her violent death, her burial site became a religious shrine for many Polish Catholics who saw her as a martyr. In 1987, after much campaigning from Poland, Pope John Paul II beatified her as a "martyr of Christ".[112]
  • Died: Shibli Nomani, Indian theologian, promoter of Islam in India (b. 1857)

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November 27, 1914 (Friday)[edit]

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November 29, 1914 (Sunday)[edit]

November 30, 1914 (Monday)[edit]

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