The armistice was signed in Mudros, on the British battleship HMS Agamemnon, between the forces of the Entente and the Ottoman Empire, with which the latter ended its participation in the First World War.
The naval battle of Imbros north of Lemnos takes place between the German ships Goeben and Breslau, which had joined the Ottoman fleet and were renamed Yavûz Sultân Selîm and Midilli, and the British destroyers and patrol boats. Breslau was sunk and Goeben was badly...
A large British naval force remains at Lemnos led by the battleships HMS Lord Nelson and HMS Agamemnon.
Evacuation of Lemnos from Australian, British and French hospitals and logistics.
Evacuation of Lemnos by the troops that had withdrawn from the Gallipoli operation. The troops were transferred to Alexandria and Thessaloniki to take part in other battles.