1915, air raid, Banningham, Battle of Loos, Broxbourne, casualties, civilian casualties, Coltishall, East Croydon, England, France, Frant, Germany, Great Britain, Great Hautbois, Guildford, Hatfield, Hertford, Hertfordshire, Hohenzollern Redoubt, Horstead, Hulluch, Kent, London, Lympne, Norfolk, Russia, Strypa, Surrey, Sussex, Theophile Delcasse, Tunbridge Wells, Ukraine, Vermelles, Woolwich, Zeppelin
M. Delcassé, French Foreign Minister, resigns. British take German trenches behind the Vermelles-Hulluch road, and the main trench of the Hohenzollern redoubt. Russians driven back across the Strypa. Zeppelin raid on the London district; 32 civilians killed and 95 injured within, and nine killed and six injured outside, the area, and 28 military casualties.