1916, aeroplanes, air raid, August von Mackensen, Belgium, Bucharest, Calugareni, Carpathians, civilian casualties, France, Germany, Giurgiu, Great Britain, Jablonika, Kirlibaba, London, prisoners of war, Romania, Royal Naval Air Service, Russia, Ukraine, Zeebrugge
Russian success in the Carpathians; ridges of heights and some prisoners captured east of the Jablonica Pass and in the Kirlibaba region. Mackensen advancing along the Giurgevo-Calugarini road, 17 miles from Bukarest. Naval aeroplanes bombard Zeebrugge. Enemy aeroplane drops six bombs on London; nine casualties; subsequently brought down in France.