1917, air raid, Argentina, Belgium, Buenos Aires, diplomacy, Flanders, France, French Prime Minister, Germany, Great Britain, Karl von Luxburg, Luxburg Affair, Minister of War, Paul Painleve, prisoners of war, Republic of Macedonia, Royal Naval Air Service, Royal Navy, Zeebrugge
British naval airmen drop bombs on Zeebrugge. Further progress around Lake Ochrida, 400 prisoners in all. Argentine Government hands Count Luxburg, German agent in Buenos Aires, his passports. M. Painlevé forms a French Cabinet, a Radical and Radical-Socialist combination, in which he retains the portfolio of War.