1915, aeroplanes, American President, American Secretary of State, decoration, France, Germany, Great Britain, Hebuterne, Labyrinth, Lloyd George, medal, Minister of Munitions, munitions, Neuville St. Vaast, Rex Warneford, RMS Lusitania, Royal Naval Air Service, Royal Navy, Second Battle of Artois, sinking, United States of America, Victoria Cross, William Jennings Bryan, Woodrow Wilson
German counter-attacks at Hébuterne repulsed; further French gains at Neuville St. Vaast, in “The Labyrinth.” V.C. conferred upon Flight Sub-Lieutenant R. A. J. Warneford, R.N. Ministry of Munitions Bill amended by the insertion of a word making it clear that the Bill gave the new Minister no new power to coerce workmen. Resignation of Mr. Bryan, United States Secretary of State, feeling himself unable to sign President Wilson‘s second Note to Germany regarding the Lusitania. The whole of Neuville St. Vaast in French hands.