21-25 the Turkish armies commanded by Abdulla Pasha were driven back in confusion and retired to positions passing through Bunar Hissar and Lule Burgas to the railway.
3 the issue of the war was decided at the great battle of Lule Burgas, in which the Turkish army was heavily defeated, and retreated in disorder to the Chatalja lines, in front of Constantinople.
Varna is the third city of the kingdom in population, after Sofia and Philippopolis, and ranks with Burgas as one of the two principal seaports.
To S.) the zone Bunar Hissar-Lule Burgas, for the XV.
Of the Ergene all clear, but hostile forces between Lule Burgas and Muradli.
This information, showing that the Ergene line had been abandoned, and that Abdalla was regrouping his forces and assembling his incoming reserve divisions in the Lule Burgas-Vaisa region, involved a complete change of front for the Bulgarians.
Partly at Lule Burgas, partly at Sakiskoi, the total front between the Ergene and the mountains being about 45 miles.
Bulgarian Army came into action opposite Lule Burgas (1st Div.) and on and S.
Corps held the line at Lule Burgas and down to the Ergene against the Bulgarian I.
Lule Burgas Of 1912 Successive arrivals Bunar Bul arian divisions Turkish corps etc /Ball MY .Vize;0 2r4;1,
On the opening, early in 1896, of the Constantinople-Salonica railway, which has a station here, a large proportion of the extensive transit trade which Enos, situated at the mouth of the Maritza, had acquired, was immediately diverted to Dedeagatch, and an era of unprecedented prosperity began; but when the railway connecting Burgas on the Black Sea with the interior was opened, in 1898, Dedeagatch lost all it had won from Enos.
He succeeded in frustrating the mission of General Kaulbars, whom the Tsar despatched as special commissioner to Bulgaria; in suppressing a rising organized by Nabokov, a Russian officer, at Burgas; in quelling military revolts at Silistra and Rustchuk; in holding elections for the Grand Sobranye, despite the interdict of Russia, and in securing eventually the election of Prince Ferdinand of Coburg to the vacant throne (July 7, 1887).
Were withdrawn to join the field army in the crisis of Lule Burgas.'