1918, accident, aeroplanes, air raid, Asiago, Austria-Hungary, Battle of the Three Mountains, Berlin, Brenta, casualties, civilian casualties, England, English Channel, Essex, Finland, Finnish Civil War, Germany, Great Britain, Hamburg, Helsinki, HMS Hazard, Italy, Kiel, London, prisoners of war, Royal Flying Corps, Royal Naval Air Service, Royal Navy, sinking, strike
Italian attack between Asiago and the Brenta Valley; Col del Rosso with 1,500 prisoners taken. Air raid on London by 15 machines, in three groups, of which about five penetrate the defences; in a subsequent attack one machine reaches London; 47 killed and 169 injured; about 70 British airmen up and a raider brought down in flames in Essex. Torpedo-boat Hazard sunk in collision in Channel; three men drowned. Helsingfors reported captured by Red Guards and the Finnish Senate overthrown. Big strikes reported spreading in Germany – in Berlin, Hamburg, Kiel, and other places.