air raid, Belgium, British Marines, casualties, fishing trawler, Flanders, Germany, Gloxinia, Great Britain, Hoboken, Imperial German Navy, internment, Jason, merchant shipping, missing, Nellie, North Sea, prisoners of war, Royal Naval Air Service, Royal Naval Reserve, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, Royal Navy, sinking, SM U-10, submarine, Tyne, Zeebrugge
From the outbreak of the war to date the numbers of officers and men of the Royal Navy, Marines, Royal Naval Reserve, and Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve killed, wounded, and missing are:-Officers: Killed, 332; wounded, 61; missing, 7; interned, 41; prisoners, 11; total, 452. Men: Killed, 4,981 (including 57 mercantile ratings lost in H.M.S. Bayano); wounded, 640 (including 3 interned and 50 prisoners); missing, 72; interned, 1,524 (exclusive of wounded); prisoners, 924 (exclusive of 50 wounded); total, 8,141. Successful British air raid on Zeebrugge and Hoboken. Three Tyne trawlers sunk by German submarine U 10.