1915, air raid, Austria-Hungary, Belarus, Belgium, civilian casualties, England, Essex, Framlingham, France, Galicia, Germany, Great Britain, Grodno, Imperial German Navy, Lithuania, London, Monk Soham, Ostend, Royal Navy, Russia, Sereth, sinking, Siret, SM U-27, SS Arabic, submarine, Suffolk, Tarnopol, Ternopil, Ukraine, United States of America, Vawkavysk, Vilna, Vilnius, Wolkowisk, Zeppelin
Russian victory near Tarnopol in Galicia on the Sereth. Germans striking south-west of Vilna at Troki Lewe, and take Wolkowisk, south-east of Grodno. Raid by three Zeppelins on Eastern Coast; 56 casualties, 17 killed. Belgian coast bombarded by 30 to 40 vessels of the British Fleet; French and British airships bombard Ostend. Germans announce loss of submarine U.27. German explanation of the sinking of the Arabic.