1915, aeroplanes, air raid, Alexandre Millerand, Allies, British Army, Dunkirk, Edward N. Breitung, England, France, Germany, Great Britain, merchant shipping, Minister of War, SS Dacia, United States of America, Washington, Zeebrugge
British decision in regard to the Dacia outlined by our Ambassador at Washington. The British Government anxious to protect American owners of her cargo against loss, will safeguard the owners’ interests by purchasing the cargo, if the ship is seized, or forward it to its destination without further cost to the owners. A Prize Court would decide whether the transfer of ownership was bona fide. A dozen German aeroplanes over Dunkirk, and one is brought down by the Allied airmen. British airmen drop bombs on Zeebrugge. M. Millerand, French Minister of War, inspects new Armies in England.