Spies tell us that the Russian morale is wavering due the loss of Warsaw, however it seems to have no effect on the frontline.
On the western front the allies are making attacks against Cambrai, but due to the large troops concentrations there, I doubt they will ever have succes in capturing the city. Also worth mentioning is the fact that Canadian troops are entering the theater. Are the British and French massing for one big offensive? Who knows.
Right now, the biggest concern is Russia. The troops there have managed to cause massive losses to the enemy(with about 2-4 thousand rifle squads per divisions, the russians lost about 20-40 thousand encircled in Poland alone). But while doing so, they have also suffered themself, my losses now being in about 90 000 rifle squads. The drive through Belgium therefore cost as much as the offensive against russians...I am just hoping that the hammer blows caused much more devastating destruction in the ranks of the enemy, and I do know for a fact that multiple divisions, among them several guards divisions, were destroyed.
My forces are however in quite 'depleted' status, with some as low as 10% in strenght, and most in very low supply levels. Thus the 'big push' ends here, and now we concentrate on capturing whatever land can be captured with low costs...also securing bridgeheads for future offensives.
Now, in Serbia things are going quite good, with half of the Serbian army encircled. I have tried making head-on attacks here, but due to the low quality of the Austro-Hungarian troops, I ahve lost entire divisions in single attacks. Not good. Thanks to the reinforcements however, I have been able to simply extend my line further and walk into the enemy's flanks. Also capturing their supply points(thank's to some luck), makes the situation for the enemy somwaht bad.
The Ottomans also joined the war, but they really aren't worth much.
There's some action going on in Africa, but it really serves no purpose for the actual warfare.