1916, Admiral Condouriotis, air raid, Athens, Battle of Morval, Battle of the Somme, Bouchavesnes, Bulgaria, civilian casualties, Combles, communications, Crete, Dobrudja, Eleftherios Venizelos, England, France, Fregicourt, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Hampshire, Lancashire, Le Priez Farm, Lesboeufs, Lincolnshire, Morval, Pavlos Kountouriotis, Rancourt, Romania, Salonika, Somme, Thessaloniki, Yorkshire, Zeppelin
British advance on the Somme; Lesboeufs and Morval captured, and communications with Combles practically severed. French progress at Rancourt, Le Priez Farm, and Fregicourt; they reach Height 130, south-east of Bouchavesnes. Rumanian progress in the Dobrudja. M. Venizelos leaves Athens, accompanied by Admiral Condouriotis and other Army and Navy leaders; he sails for Crete and Salonika to place himself at the head of the Nationalist movement. Zeppelin raid by seven airships on South, East, and South-East Coasts, and North Midlands; 36 killed and 27 injured.