1915, aeroplanes, air raid, British Chancellor of the Exchequer, Douai, finance, France, Germany, Great Britain, House of Commons, Imperial Crown Prince, Libercourt, Lille, mining, munitions, Reginald McKenna, St Mihiel, strike, Vigneulles, Wales, War Loan
French aerial squadron bombard and destroy German stores at Vigneulles in the St. Mihiel wedge, and throw bombs at Libercourt between Douai and Lille. Crown Prince captures portion of the French line at Vienne le Chateau in the Argonne, but is finally repulsed. Mr. McKenna announced in the House of Commons that £570,000,000 had been subscribed to the War Loan. Government proclamation under the Munitions Act making it an offence to take part in a strike or lock-out applied to South Wales.