The Germans in South West Africa surrender to Botha.
To Folkestone in evening with Private Riley.
*The South West Africa Campaign – During the beginning of WWI South Africa shared a border with the German colony of South West Africa, (now Namibia). The Prime Minister of South Africa, Louis Botha, assured London that their military could defend themselves against a German invasion. In early 1915 there were a few skirmishes along the border of the two countries. Later in the year South African forces invaded the German colony pushing German troops back. On July 1th 1915 German forces in the north-west made a stand at Otavi but were forced to surrender on July 9th.