- The 1st Australian Field Bakery relocates from Lemnos to the island of Imbros, some 24 kilometres from Gallipoli. 14,500 bread rations are transported daily by trawler to the troops at Anzac. British bakery units join the Australian Field Bakery in July.
- The Leader reports:
The unexampled valor of the Australasian troops In Gallipoli is receiving a most cordial recognition throughout Great Britain. Hardly any speech is made anywhere; without some reference to the subject, and the audiences rise and cheer, while the public display pride and gratitude.
- Germany surrenders Southwest Africa to the Union of South Africa
- William Jennings Bryan resigns as US Secretary of State due to his concerns over President Woodrow Wilson’s handling of the crisis generated by a German submarine’s sinking of the British cruiser Lusitania