1915, aeroplanes, air raid, August von Mackensen, Belarus, Belgium, Bernsdorf, civilian casualties, communications, Daugavpils, Dvinsk, England, Flanders, France, Galicia, Germany, Great Britain, Kent, Langemarck, Latvia, Lithuania, London, Margate, Percy Scott, railway, Rivne, Rovno, Russia, Skidel, Skidzyel, Svencionys, Sventsiany, Tarnopil, Tarnopol, Ukraine, Vilna, Vilnius, Ypres
Dvinsk–Vilna railway cut by the Germans at Sventsiany; Skidel, farther south, threatened with envelopment. Russian advance in Tarnopol district. Von Mackensen checked north-west of Rovno. French air raids on Bernsdorf and Langemarck. German airship raid on East Coast; no casualties. German aeroplane drops bombs on the Kent coast; seven persons injured. Admiral Sir Percy Scott placed in command of the aerial defences of London.